Payslips 6 or 12 months?

Old Jan 31st 2020, 2:17 am
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Default Payslips 6 or 12 months?

Hi, I need a little help. I've had conflicting advice in another forum so I want to post here.

I've been at my current company for 10 months making over the required amount. Payslips and bank statements can back that up. I had a 1month payslip gap before I started here where I was interviewing, and before that 2 years at the same company. so only a 1-month break in payslips.

In the Appendix FM SE
3. In respect of salaried employment outside of the UK, evidence should be a reasonable equivalent to that set out in paragraph 2.
2
(i) a period of 6 months prior to the date of application if the person has been employed by their current employer for at least 6 months (and where paragraph 13(b) of this Appendix does not apply); or
(ii) any period of salaried employment in the period of 12 months prior to the date of application if the person has been employed by their current employer for less than 6 months (or at least 6 months but the person does not rely on paragraph 13(a) of this Appendix), or in the financial year(s) relied upon by a self-employed person

So it seems like 2a(i) applies to me and 6months is ok, but I've read 12 months elsewhere, Any help is appreciated!

Thanks
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Old Jan 31st 2020, 5:55 am
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If you are applying under Cat A only 6 months of payslips are required.
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Default Re: Payslips 6 or 12 months?

Originally Posted by SanDiegogirl
If you are applying under Cat A only 6 months of payslips are required.
If with employer longer than 12 months but payments are variable can 6 months be used if average times 12 exceed the minimum threshold ?
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Default Re: Payslips 6 or 12 months?

Originally Posted by morpeth
If with employer longer than 12 months but payments are variable can 6 months be used if average times 12 exceed the minimum threshold ?

Applying under Cat A, yes.....
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