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The form to use is FLR (M)
For the second part of the visa your wifes income can be considered. If you are self employed, evidence of your last years tax return and confirmation from your acountant and bank statements will be required
How was you able to apply for the first visa and meet the financial req if your tax return was zero?
This is vital information which you didnt mention before. You should apply on the same basis.The form will depend on the basis of what grounds your appleal was granted. On what basis was your wife granted a visa.
Ok it seems leave was granted based on Ex1 so the form is FLR (fp)
Ex1 is under the exception. Yes you should apply on the same basis if you or your wife do not meet all the requirments. Form to use if you do not meet all the reqirement is FLR (FP).
again look at what the tribunal decision says to guide you. please avoid using capital letters if you will thank you.
The section you provided clearly confirms your application was granted under the exception which mean FLR fp. So to answer your previous question you should apply as a partner.
Do you have an accountant or a book keeper for yourself employment? You should do exactly as you did in the first application but make sure you include the decision of the tribunal. Does your wife work? How much does she earn.
So she is also self employed? What about your selfemployment?
So as both of you do not meet the financial requirements you must use FLR fp. Unless you have anymore questions please rate
How can you both earn £3000 and pay no tax?
I was referring to your last tax year.
OK based on your last tax returns you would not meet the financial requirement so form is FLR fp.