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Where an applicant is relying on cash savings in relation to the minimum income threshold in Appendix FM, does the most recent of the bank statements covering the last six months have to be dated with a certain time frame (eg 31 days)?

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Produced in partnership with Nicholas Nason of Edgewater Legal
Published on LexisPSL on 20/06/2018

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  • Where an applicant is relying on cash savings in relation to the minimum income threshold in Appendix FM, does the most recent of the bank statements covering the last six months have to be dated with a certain time frame (eg 31 days)?

Details of the specified evidence required when making an application under Appendix FM is contained at Appendix FM-SE. In particular, the required specified evidence to be provided when relying on bank statements which show cash savings to meet the minimum income requirement is set out at Immigration Rules, Appendix FM-SE, para 11:

‘11. In respect of cash savings the following must be provided:

(a) personal bank statements showing that at

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