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Hello my thai wife is here in the uk on a settlement visa  

we will need to apply for her second visa early next year 

i am self employed and  she is working full time 

can we put my self employed salary for 1 year and her her full time 

working salary earnings together to do the second visa ??

thanks 

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Yes, you can.  But be aware that the evidence for your wife's employment must be for the same period as your own tax year evidence. That is, if you are a sole trader, then your evidence will be for the last full financial tax year April to March). If you are a director of your own company, then your tax year will normally be the same as the company tax year.  Whichever it is, your wife's evidence of 12 months employment income must cover the same period.

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11 hours ago, bigyin said:

Yes you can combine your incomes. You will need to check well ahead as to what evidence they want for your self employment.

Thanks for advice 🙏

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8 hours ago, Tony M said:

Yes, you can.  But be aware that the evidence for your wife's employment must be for the same period as your own tax year evidence. That is, if you are a sole trader, then your evidence will be for the last full financial tax year April to March). If you are a director of your own company, then your tax year will normally be the same as the company tax year.  Whichever it is, your wife's evidence of 12 months employment income must cover the same period.

Thanks 🙏👍

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