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Hi, I'm due to move from the UK to Australia around Christmas. As part of the move, my company is closing my employment contract in the UK on 31st December, and commencing my Australian one (same company) on 1st January. Hence I'll get a P45 referencing 31st December. However - I'm in sales and get commission, which is paid a month in arrears, with typically a large amount of it in December. My company said they'll pay my commission in a special January 31st payslip, and issue me a second P45 right after that. So, once I land in Australia, I'll get a GBP salary payment into my UK bank account, which I assume will be declared to the HMRC under PAYE, and which I'll need to declare on my first Australian tax return after July next year, and I assume pay tax at the prevailing rate. I expect to handle it as a split tax year between the UK and Australia. My question is - is it better to receive that payment in my UK or Australian payslips - assuming I can choose? The higher-rate income tax rates are pretty similar, I'm a part-year resident in each, and the amount is the same, just whether it's in one currency or another. The payment relates to work in the UK, due under my UK contract, so I assume its natural home is in the UK. It seems there's little difference in which country's payslip I receive it in, but i thought I'd check.
paris hipon posted a topic in Visa ChatHi guys has anyone has a same situation like me since I moved to another country and Im unable to get my certificate of employment right now. Is it ok if I just give them the statutory declaration and names of character references where i worked before? I hope it wont be a problem. If anyone has the same situation like mine hope you can also share what happened to your situation thanks. :eek:
I would like to ask how many payslips do I really need to add in my Visa application. I see some people post here that they need to scan a lot of payslips including past employment's payslips. I see in DIAC's booklet 6 that one payslip from the current employment is ok and this is required only for government department employees. Booklet 6 excerpt: The letter should indicate the exact period of employment (including whether permanent or temporary, full or part-time), position(s) held, the 5 main duties undertaken and the salary earned – positions should not be described by generic titles (eg. research officer, public servant) but according to the nature of the duties undertaken (eg. research chemist, accounts clerk); and • A payslip from your current employment should also be included – this is especially important from applicants working in government departments.
Hi all, have just applied online for a 175 visa. I have uploaded lots of docs, but am waiting for my bosses reference in order to support working in a skilled vocation for the past 3 years. Does anyone know if I also need to send payslips?, if so how many? Thanks Ange