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The specified evidence required for evidence of savings under Appendix FM of the Immigration Rules is contained at Appendix FM-SE at paragraph 11. It states as follows:
‘11. In respect of cash savings the following must be provided:(a) personal bank statements showing that at least the level of cash savings relied upon in the application has been held in an account(s) in the name of the person or of the person and their partner jointly throughout the period of 6 months prior to the date of application.(b) A declaration by the account holder(s) of the source(s) of the cash savings’
‘11. In respect of cash savings the following must be provided:
(a) personal bank statements showing that at least the level of cash savings relied upon in the application has been held in an account(s) in the name of the person or of the person and their partner jointly throughout the period of 6 months prior to the date of application.
(b) A declaration by the account holder(s) of the source(s) of the cash savings’
(our emphasis in bold)
This formulation suggests that perhaps only the applicant’s savings evidence would be counted, in addition to savings held by both the applicant and their partner jointly.
However, paragraph 1(a)(iii)(1) states that in relation to personal bank statements (ie how you demonstrate the required savings), they must be in the name of:
‘the applicant’s partner, the applicant or both as appropriate’
Further, the guidance in the
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