The following Immigration guidance note Produced in partnership with Jo Renshaw of Turpin & Miller LLP provides comprehensive and up to date legal information covering:
This Practice Note looks at several key practical issues in relation to the minimum income threshold under Appendix FM: how to establish what the minimum income threshold is, and, in relation to five-year route applications, the general (non-category-specific) requirements that apply to the format of specified documents and the funds that an applicant can rely on.
For details of the different requirements that apply where an applicant meets all of the five-year route requirements bar the financial requirement, but is able to meet the minimum income threshold using non-specified sources, see Practice Note: Appendix FM: exceptional circumstances cases under para GEN.3—Exceptional circumstances: para GEN.3.1: financial requirement.
The minimum income threshold for an applicant partner applying alone is currently set at £18,600. For an applicant partner with one child, an additional £3,800 is required, and for each additional child after that a further £2,400; for example:
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