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I wish you were right but if the 'financial requirement guidelines' clearly state:
5.2.1. Where the applicant‟s partner is returning with the applicant to the UK to work, they must meet two requirements to rely on Category A: First, six months employment abroad..............,
Second, the applicant's partner must also have a confirmed offer of salaried or non-salaried employment in the UK, starting within 3 months of their return. This must have a gross annual starting salary (or in-non salaried employment a gross annual income from that employment, based on the rate or amount of pay and the standard or core hours to be worked provided by the employer in evidence) sufficient to meet the financial requirement, alone or in combination with any or all the sources at section 5.1.4. (Category C: non-employment income, Category D: cash savings and Category E: pension).
In your reply above 4 July 2014 at 16:31 you wrote: "you do not need to have savings" because "you would meet the financial requirement on the basis of your overseas income, you do not need a job offer in the UK as you are claiming on the basis of the overseas employment income".
Now you're saying I need savings and that they must have been held in the bank a/c for last six months???!!!
Thanks for clarifying that.