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I do belive you have done a good calculation, I too had done but I wasn't aware of the June rejection numbers now am really confident that this will come down to atleast 46 this month at worst case and 45 if there are less application with high points and important factor would be all those rejected doctors would be in the range of 38-50 so now you can atleast expect 25 to 30% will get removed from this allocation.bbo wrote: ↑Tue Jul 10, 2018 8:37 pmHi,
I have been doing analysis on the FOI report since it started. The result i am sharing is the most likely mathematical truth.
Only assumption is that in July additional applications for the month will be 1120 which is 60% of previous month ( since 40% are NHS every month). Also, 2300 seats or more will be available in July as unsed 3 months seats will come in picture + the carry forward from June
Result: July score will stop at 38 to 40 and August everyone will get through.
See calculations below
Dec Jan Feb March April May June July Augst
Refused application for month 1090 1383 1645 1956 2118 2482 2630 661 -553
Approved application for month 1915 1542 1717 1372 2207 1917 1866 2300 2300
Total Applications for month 3005 2925 3362 3328 4325 4398 4496 2961 1747
Additional Appln for the month 1835 1979 1683 2369 2280 2014 1208 1208
Total application for month = Refused + Approved
Additional Application for month is total applications for the month - pending application from previous month. ( Assuming all pending applications applied again)
Please feel free to correct me if i am wrong.
Kindly do not post links to immigration advisor websites!!
Hi don't name it can you just tell us what is it all about and where we can find it like if you can assist with search term on google?
Core and Flexible???
Salary information on a certificate of sponsorship – all Tier
26.14 When you assign a CoS to a migrant, you must give 3 pieces of information
about the salary package:
• the gross salary figure which must represent the total amount paid to the
worker, gross of any tax paid whether paid in the UK or overseas, and must
include any permitted allowances and guaranteed bonuses
• a separate figure for the total of all allowances and guaranteed bonuses
Page 111 of 202 Tiers 2 and 5: guidance for sponsors - version 04/18
• a detailed breakdown of each allowance and each guaranteed bonus
showing their value
26.17 The salary package on the CoS may also include any:
• guaranteed allowances such as London weighting or accommodation,
which will be paid for the duration of the applicant’s employment in the UK
These allowances may only be included if they would also be paid to a settled
worker. There is one exception to this; you may also pay Tier 2 (ICT) migrants
allowances to cover the additional cost of living in the UK and mobility
premiums paid as a percentage of base pay.
26.18 The salary package on the CoS must not include:
• bonus or incentive pay which is not guaranteed
• employer pension contributions
• other payments which cannot be guaranteed
• overtime pay, whether or not overtime is guaranteed
• allowances to cover business expenses including (but not limited to)
training, hotels and business travel within the UK, or travel to and from the
migrant’s country of residence or home country
• one-off payments, such as those associated with the cost of relocation,
which do not form part of the migrant’s regular salary package
• any payments or allowances (whether monetary or in-kind) for which the
migrant must reimburse the sponsor
• the value of any shares which the migrant receives when offered a job
under an employee shareholder employment contract
• perks such as medical benefits or tuition fees