Representative of an Overseas Business: initial application—additional checklist
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Representative of an Overseas Business: initial application—additional checklist

A. Additional documents for main applicant

Evidence of your existing employment and your financial ability to maintain yourself and any dependants in the UK:
Your payslips and bank statements should be provided which should cover a three-month period and should show salary payments from your employer and your ability to support yourself financially. The last document should be dated no more than 31 days before the date of application.
Payslips—these should be either:
—payslips printed on company-headed paper showing the employer’s name, or
—printouts of online payslips
Personal bank or building society statements—these should be either:
—statements on bank stationery
—ad hoc statements printed on the bank's letterhead (excluding mini-statements from Automatic Teller Machines (ATMs)), or
—printouts of electronic statements
All statements should include the following details:
—your name
—account number
—date of the statement
—the financial institution’s name, contact details, and a branch code, and
—any transactions over the period.
Evidence of your accommodation in the UK, eg tenancy agreement or mortgage documents.
If you have been employed by your current employer for less than three months, you should provide your bank statements for the three-month period along with any payslips received from your current employer to-date.
There is some flexibility allowed in the format of payslips and evidence of documents from financial institutions. If your existing documents are not in the format suggested, please contact us

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