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Hello everyone me again (5 days to go I am a complete stress head right now)

so my question is, my sponsor rarely transfers money into our joint account therefore when im attaching his bank statements surely I won’t have to attach every single statement for the past year with only a couple of highlighted transfers?

What other ways could I go about ‘tis because that’s just sooo many statements with hardly any relevant info on them....
 

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Hello everyone me again (5 days to go I am a complete stress head right now)

so my question is, my sponsor rarely transfers money into our joint account therefore when im attaching his bank statements surely I won't have to attach every single statement for the past year with only a couple of highlighted transfers?

What other ways could I go about 'tis because that's just sooo many statements with hardly any relevant info on them....
I think you search up the days that relevant purchases were made from his account. Groceries or whatever and explain that.

For ours, we're keeping it pretty straight forward. We have our joint account, which we use for paying rent and household purchases. We're showing those in the financial aspects, as well as a small statement saying that we each have our own accounts for every day things, we go halves on most things and will highlight a few relevant purchases over the past year. Groceries, Car Insurance etc.
 

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So instead of attaching his whole yearly statements maybe I could search the Days up on his online banking and just attach the Days that he transferred things?
Hey, so sorry I didn't reply to this earlier! We're in the same boat as you, not as far down the river, but the same boat nonetheless. You know, the S.S Stressing about our application.

I think you find relevant purchases, highlight those ones. For example, if your partner bought groceries on their card from their account and you transferred half of the money back to them, show the initial purchase, then show the funds for half of it coming from you, back into their account.
 
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