Thank you for your respond
The HMRC do not appear to be aware that I was a director. They never wrote to me asking me file a self assessment, even 3 months ago they sent me a cheque for over paid tax through PAYE. So if the home office checks with them I would not think HMRC would tell them about missing self assessment, I am concerned that the UKBA do checks to verify if applicants were never directors
What do u advice on this
Thank you JA
I have just called the HMRC I told them that I opened a company which was dissolved by the companies house. They asked me if it had ever traded, I said no and then they said you do not have to file self assessment( I have this call recorded) in regards XXXXX XXXXX second company I remembered that I resigned 10 months after opening the company, I confirmed that with companycheck website as well. So basically I resigned before the company started to trade and based on the HMRC they said if company did not trade then no need for self assessment. I gave them my NIN and they checked on the system they said we do not see we issued any self assessments request for you and that I do not owe any taxes.
If the Home Office finds out that I was a director will they refuse my application or treated as deception?
Lastly. From the information I have given you do you think the situation has any negative effect on the application?
Also are you familiar with AN form? Because I will be filling it soon and I might open a new question to help me with it
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