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#1 meiD

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Posted 29 November 2012 - 09:33 PM

I'm sorry to pull this up again as this has been discussed a zillion times before but even after extensive search I just could not find a concrete answer.

A friend of mine going for ILR based on HSMP+Tier1 Start of May 2013.

Pay period she would go for is divided into two sets due to maternity leave.

Set 1: 29 August 2011 - 28 April 2012 (8 Months)
Set 2: 01 January 2013 - 27 April 2013 (4 Months)

Now the actual part! She gets paid on last Wednesday of each month which means on 31st of August 2011 she received a pay (obviously for the month of August).
Question is, Can she claim that salary as it was paid within 12 months pay?
If she can then she'd effectively have 13 payslips during that 12 months period.

Pay dates with start end dates are as below (please note that there are 13 pay dates but they fall into a 12 months period due to awkward 'last wednesday of the month rule')

Period 1 Start date: 29 August 2011
Pay dates:
Wednesday the 31 of Aug 11
Wednesday 28 Sep 11
Wednesday 26 Oct 11
Wednesday 30 Nov 11
Wednesday 21 Dec 11
Wednesday 25 Jan 12
Wednesday 29 Feb 12
Wednesday 28 Mar 12
Wednesday 25 Apr 12
End date: 28 April 2012
Maternity period: 29th of April 2012 to 31st of December 2012
Period 2 Start date: 01 January 2013

Pay dates:
Wednesday 30 Jan 13
Wednesday 27 Feb 13
Wednesday 27 Mar 13
Wednesday 24 Apr 13
End date: 30 April 2013

I personally believe/hope that she can but would love to have seniors commenting on this.
I hope I'm clear enough in asking the question and as always, thanks in advance.



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Posted 29 November 2012 - 10:51 PM

Your friend should seek professional assistance if she is unsure.

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Posted 29 November 2012 - 11:39 PM

Thanks but I would love to get some unprofessional thoughts on this as well.

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Posted 30 November 2012 - 01:08 AM

Thanks but I would love to get some unprofessional thoughts on this as well.


What for? read the guidance first if still unsure get professional assistance.

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Posted 30 November 2012 - 01:13 AM


Thanks but I would love to get some unprofessional thoughts on this as well.


What for? read the guidance first if still unsure get professional assistance.


Thanks for your reply
In that case I'm finding it a little hard to figure out the purpose of this forum. I thought this forum was formed so that we can discuss immigration rules before jumping to the last resort of taking a professional assistance.

Edited by meiD, 30 November 2012 - 01:14 AM.


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Posted 30 November 2012 - 08:26 AM

The thing is that, as you have said, this has been discussed a 'zillion' times before. The purpose of the forum is to discuss such matters, but not to repeat the same things ad infinitum. Clearly if your friend can't understand the requirements from the information already here then professional advice is required.

You will also find that people don't like giving information to third parties. Your friend should post queries herself.

Finally, the forum is for general information, whereas you are asking for a very specific assessment. This is the sort of assessment that legally only a professional should provide.

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Posted 30 November 2012 - 09:43 AM

Thanks but I would love to get some unprofessional thoughts on this as well.

There are plenty of those around.

I would add that the best advice you can give your friend is to either come to the forum herself or seek professional assistance. I certainly would not want her to follow third party advice that may or may not be correct for her situation. I would also be wary of advising her that your current opinion is correct...

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Posted 30 November 2012 - 04:16 PM

The thing is that, as you have said, this has been discussed a 'zillion' times before. The purpose of the forum is to discuss such matters, but not to repeat the same things ad infinitum. Clearly if your friend can't understand the requirements from the information already here then professional advice is required.

You will also find that people don't like giving information to third parties. Your friend should post queries herself.

Finally, the forum is for general information, whereas you are asking for a very specific assessment. This is the sort of assessment that legally only a professional should provide.


Again, thank you for your response.
As I've clearly mentioned in my first post, I could not find a concrete answer to this that's why I decided to make a new thread.
Also we both know that all dates and details made it easier to understand the whole scenario, only if one were to help
About third party advice, If someone don't not wanna respond to third party queries then I respect that.

Lastly, Way too much energy wasted here (:
Thank you!

Edited by meiD, 30 November 2012 - 04:17 PM.





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