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Old 03-22-2011, 07:35 PM
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Uploading of Payslips and bank statement

Hello,

I have a query in regards to uploading documents for Visa subclass 175.

as an evidence for specific work experience (3/4 years) we need to upload the payslips and bank statement.

my question is, every one gets a payslip every month. Do i need upload 1 year = 12 months * 3 years = 36 payslips ?? and a bank statement showing 36 salaries credited in our account ?? or is there an easy way out.

I mean scanning and uploading all these documents 36 payslips and several pages of bank statement for 3 years) would take hell alot of time.

suggestions please? ???? ??


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Do you not have a group certificate or tax return statement which lists the entire year's earnings?


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Do you not have a group certificate or tax return statement which lists the entire year's earnings?

No. I do not have it. Neither my previous employer nor the current ever gaved me.


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Do you have the first and last payslips from both employers, put them on one page for scanning and then likewise first and last bank account statements.
More important if you have them wioll be employer statements or if not you should see if you can get statements from former associates in senior positions and preferably on company letterheads.





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If you go to a stationery which has one of those big industrial type photocopiers/scanners, it will take seconds for the machine to scan the documents (through the feeding tray) and then convert them to pdf.


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