Aynen maalesef . Cok kotu olmus. Neden yardim alma geregi duymus ki tam da vize doneminde...
Mico yanlis anlama ama en basindan bir avukatla gorusseydiniz bu hatalari yapmazdiniz. Fatma hanim zamaninda ikinizide onlarca kez aramisti ulasamamisti maalesef. Kader belki de bilemiyorum. En kisa zamanda bu sorundan sıyrılmani dilerim
Hayirlisini dilemekten baska bir yol yok arti esimin son 6 payslip toplam £11.000 ocak ayi payslip ile £13.000 oluyor ve esim gelirinin artigini soyledi aldigi cevap eger esime fazla odeme yapilmis ise nisan ayinda odemesi gerekiyor diye.fatma hanim konusuna gelince ben hic aranmadim esimin persembe cuma izinli oldugunu soyledim aranmadi durum boyle gelisti.
Hangi benefitleri almamız immigration kurallarına karşıdır !
05 Eyl 2014 09:43
Forumvisa4UK - Multi Süper Üye (+5000 Mesaj)
10 Eyl 2012 23:38
Alttaki açıklamaya göre altta yer alan benefitlere başvurma hakkınız indefinite vizenizi alana kadar yoktur.
Bu arada eşiniz sizin adınıza başvurmadığı sürece kendisi bireysel olarak bu yardımları almaya devam edebilir...
Paragraph 6 of the Immigration Rules (see related link) defines benefits considered as
public funds for the purpose of the Immigration Rules.
The following benefits and forms of support count as public funds:
Child tax credit
Council tax benefit
Council tax reduction
Disability living allowance
Housing and homelessness assistance
Income-based jobseeker’s allowance
Income related employment & support allowance – ESA (IR)
Personal independence payment
Severe disablement allowance
Social fund payment
State pension credit
Working tax credit.
Council tax discounts, such as sole occupancy discounts, are not considered public funds
for the purposes of the Immigration Rules.
For more information, see related link: GOV.UK website, and link on left: Description of
benefits and forms of support.
If evidence shows an applicant received public funds when not entitled to them you must
refuse their application, unless they are subject to an exception.
Before you refuse such an application you must check the conditions on the applicant’s
leave prevent them from receiving public funds. There are occasions when people who are
subject to immigration control can claim benefits without it being classed as breaching their
conditions. In these cases the fact they have claimed public funds will not affect their
application for leave. For more information, see related link: Public funds that can be
claimed due to exceptions.
Child and Working Tax Credits
You must always check to see if an applicant is claiming Child and/or Working Tax Credits.
Child and Working Tax Credits were included in section 115 of the Immigration and Asylum
Act 1999 on 1 April 2003, but were not added to the definition of public funds in paragraph 6
of the Immigration Rules until 15 March 2005. This means applicants who received either of
these tax credits between 1 April 2003 and 15 March 2005, have not breached their
conditions of leave, and you must not refuse their application for receiving these credits.
You must, however, tell HMRC that tax credits were claimed.