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#1 srafiq29

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Posted 23 August 2010 - 12:05 PM

Hello sir,

My query is regarding evidence of earnings. I met some professional immigration solicitors and consultants. And now I am really confused + they demand too much money for my case.

1 main applicant + 3 dependent applicants (wife and two children)

My points are as:

Age: 10 (34 years)

Qualification: 35 (MBA)

UK experience: 05 (UK qualification)

Earnings: 30 (£20881.20 + £30640.00 = £51521.20)

English language: 10 (UK qualification)

Maintenance funds: 10 (personal account statements showing £2500.00 for last 3 months)

Total: 100


My earnings are from two sources: employment and self-employment.

1. Employment details are:

Period claimed: 10.08.2009 to 04.04.2010


Total gross salary: £13996.20

Proof of evidence: payslips (and employer letter) and letter from HMRC showing total gross earnings.



Period claimed: 05.04.2010 to 09.08.2010

Total gross salary: £6885.00

Proof of evidence: payslips (and employer letter) and bank statements showing total net earnings received.



2. Self-employment details are:

Period claimed: 10.08.2009 to 04.04.2010

Total net profit: £14160.00

Proof of evidence: bank statements, business accounts, 2009/2010 tax return and letter from accountant showing total net profit + utr no. and latest business bank statement with letter from bank.



Period claimed: 05.04.2010 to 09.08.2010

Total net profit: £16480.00

Proof of evidence: bank statements, business accounts and letter from accountant showing total net profit + utr no. and latest business bank statement with letter from bank.

I am really thankful to you if you please tell me answer for the following queries:

1. I am working as a manager in fast-food received salary in cash. Is method of payment in cash acceptable by HO?

2. I am working as a taxi driver. My business deals in cash. Does HO consider occupation? Is method of payment in cash acceptable by HO?



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Edited by srafiq29, 23 August 2010 - 12:17 PM.




#2 SkillClear

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Posted 23 August 2010 - 12:18 PM

What were you quoted that you thought was too expensive?

Did you pay all cash into the bank when it was received? Do you have an accountant?

Earnings where only cash is received are never straightforward.

#3 srafiq29

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Posted 23 August 2010 - 01:50 PM

dear skillclear,

Yes,i deposited exact money in the bank for the claimed period.
no, i have not accountant and has not yet submitted tax return for 2009/10.
most of the consultants also provide accountancy services.if you can also provide accountancy services, its really great.
i have already sent you my email address through filling enquiry form on your website.

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#4 SkillClear

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Posted 23 August 2010 - 02:11 PM

It is good that you have deposited all funds to your account and that will help matters.

I would dispute that most Consultants provide accountancy services. We provide legal advice and assistance with UK immigration matters and nothing else as we are specialists. In the same way you would not expect an accountant to try and provide services that should be provided by a lawyer.

A suitable Consultant should get back to you shortly.

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Posted 23 August 2010 - 06:39 PM

HELLO AND WELL DONE FOR UR ADVICE


PLEASE I JUST PASSED MY PROFESSIONAL EXAM, AM THINKING OF GOING FOR TIER 1 GENERAL.

BUT MY CHALLENGE IS THAT AM NOT WORKING PRESENTLY IN UK AS AM ON STUDY LEAVE WITH PAY FROM MY EMPLOYER BACK HOME

(1) WILL THIS INCOME BE ACCEPTED (WHEN I DID THE CONVERSION IT EQUATES ALMOST 180,000 POUNDS BASED ON MY COUNTY'S RATING)

(2) CAN I USE NINE MONTH PAY SLIPS AND THE LETTER FROM MY EMPLOYER STATING ME ON STUDY LEAVE WITH PAY, ALONG SIDE IT A BANK STATEMENT)

PLEASE UR ADVICE IS URGENTLY NEEDED

THANK YOU



#6 kilode

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Posted 23 August 2010 - 06:43 PM

HELLO AND WELL DONE FOR UR ADVICE


PLEASE I JUST PASSED MY PROFESSIONAL EXAM, AM THINKING OF GOING FOR TIER 1 GENERAL.

BUT MY CHALLENGE IS THAT AM NOT WORKING PRESENTLY IN UK AS AM ON STUDY LEAVE WITH PAY FROM MY EMPLOYER BACK HOME

(1) WILL THIS INCOME BE ACCEPTED (WHEN I DID THE CONVERSION IT EQUATES ALMOST 180,000 POUNDS BASED ON MY COUNTY'S RATING)

(2) CAN I USE NINE MONTH PAY SLIPS AND THE LETTER FROM MY EMPLOYER STATING ME ON STUDY LEAVE WITH PAY, ALONG SIDE IT A BANK STATEMENT)

PLEASE UR ADVICE IS URGENTLY NEEDED

THANK YOU



#7 srafiq29

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Posted 23 August 2010 - 08:37 PM

hello kilodo,

i think your query is not related to this topic,so its better to start a new topic.anyway choice is urs.whereever you want,post ur query.

and skillclear,
I want to say that some consultants have partnership with some accountants or they can refer to a professional accountant.

regards.

#8 Victoria

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Posted 23 August 2010 - 09:38 PM

I don't know many who do. In fact, I only know of two that do, and I don't think they are the best at either.

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Posted 23 August 2010 - 09:48 PM

hello victoria,

i agree with you.i will try to keep separate immigration matters and accountancy matters.what is your opinion about my two questions mentioned in earlier post.

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Posted 23 August 2010 - 09:54 PM

I think you should talk to me or Dean or another consultant for help.




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