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Yes, I have an Indefinite leave to remain in the UK.
That is helpful.
Here's another question, if one were to earn £1750 on four-weekly basis, would one still meet the financial requirements - bearing in mind that four-weekly salary equals 13 payments a year and not 12?
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Hi there, thanks for replying to scenarios I've given.
Now, here's a situation which applies to me personally and I intend to make an application very soon:
I'm a UK resident on an Indefinite Leave to remain and I would like to make a spouse Visa application for my wife and another one for dependent child. It is to my knowledge that as a sponsor, I'm required to be earning at least £22400 gross per year to meet the financial requirements to cover both of them. My employment contract states that my gross annual income is £17500, however, with overtime and night-shift premium I certainly earn more than £24000 per annum. I get paid on a four-weekly basis (13 times a year) and my pay has always been 'variable'.My payslips' gross show as follow in the last 12 months: £2005 £2359 £2584 £2353 £2068 £1837 £1398 £1356 £1298 £2126 £1867 £1971 £1848
Now, I would like to know under which Category I should apply since my pay is variable mainly as a result of overtime - Category A or B?
Looking forward to hearing from you,