Uk Citizen Employed Hourly In Usa - Financial Question
Posted 01 December 2012 - 05:34 PM
My husband is a UK citizen in the USA on a spousal visa. He has been employed since July 1st at $15.39 an hour. We would like to move back to the UK asap and we currently have no savings.
I am unsure how the officer will calculate his hourly earnings and if he will meet the financial requirement. He gets overtime and bonuses but it is my understanding that these are excluded from the calculation? He also was unpaid all of last week due to being sick. He should still earn 9,300 pounds within 6 months of being employed but if they use the lowest weeks wage then he won't, due to being sick.
Does anyone know how this is calculated?
He will have a job offer from his father, who owns a record store in the UK. Any issue with that? He previously worked for his father before moving to the USA but that was with a autoshop business that his grandfather owned.
Posted 01 December 2012 - 06:09 PM
Posted 01 December 2012 - 06:37 PM
Also, he technically has been working for them since he arrived here a year ago. He does little jobs online and sends them records for their shop, and they deposit the money onto a post office travel card. Its never equal or done at any specific time, just whenever he does a batch of work. Can this be used to support his income. Its probably $10,000 over the last year and I thought that if it could be used, it would be supporting evidence for the job offer...
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