Declaring jobs

Old Mar 24th 2007, 3:24 pm
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If you are applying under skilled worker do u have to write down every job youve had in the last ten years or just ones that fit into NOC?
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Old Mar 24th 2007, 5:37 pm
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Every job must be reported.
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Everything. You have to account for every month of your life in the last 10 years, or since 18, whichever is longer.
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Everything. You have to account for every month of your life in the last 10 years, or since 18, whichever is longer.
Does that mean i have to get letters from every job as well then?
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Does that mean i have to get letters from every job as well then?
Ideally, but it's unlikely you'll manage and I think they take that into account.
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Originally Posted by Frozenrose
If you are applying under skilled worker do u have to write down every job youve had in the last ten years or just ones that fit into NOC?
We sent off for our National Insurance records (free) and it gives you details of all your employers and the addresses you had whilst working there. It goes back to whenever you first started your working life. This was very useful in many ways. We also sent a copy with our application to CIC so they had an official record of our work history.

You can get this from wherever you pay your NI contributions. Just write and ask for it.

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