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Good morning,
I have to provide evidence of the places where I have lived for the last 5 years.
I don't have a house contract at the moment because I am staying at a friend's place.
The letter that I have received from SFE says that the documents that we provide, need to cover the dates provided.
Considering that I would miss the last house contract (I have all the others), would I still be able to get a maintenance loan?
I have worked regularly in London for all the 5 years, and I am able to prove evidence for the whole period of time in regards of my job, but not in regards of my residency status.

I hope it makes sense.
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(Original post by Tinozza)
Good morning,
I have to provide evidence of the places where I have lived for the last 5 years.
I don't have a house contract at the moment because I am staying at a friend's place.
The letter that I have received from SFE says that the documents that we provide, need to cover the dates provided.
Considering that I would miss the last house contract (I have all the others), would I still be able to get a maintenance loan?
I have worked regularly in London for all the 5 years, and I am able to prove evidence for the whole period of time in regards of my job, but not in regards of my residency status.

I hope it makes sense.
Hi Tinozza,

We can also accept original P60's or wage slips and bank statements.

Thanks

Catherine
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Hi Tinozza,

We can also accept original P60's or wage slips and bank statements.

Thanks

Catherine
Hello Catherine,
you mean you accept those instead of house contract/bills?

Because the letter that I have received says to BOTH provide my bank statement/P60 AND to fill the residency form.


Thank you!
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Hello Catherine,
you mean you accept those instead of house contract/bills?

Because the letter that I have received says to BOTH provide my bank statement/P60 AND to fill the residency form.


Thank you!
Hi Tinozza,

That's correct, we will accept house contract bank statements or payslips and p60's as long as they cover the full 5 years residency, you will also need to complete the residency form.

Thanks

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Hi Tinozza,

That's correct, we will accept house contract bank statements or payslips and p60's as long as they cover the full 5 years residency, you will also need to complete the residency form.

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Catherine
Great!

Thank you!
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Great!

Thank you!
Sorry,
very last question just to be sure before I send everything again.
So, if I have all the payslips that I need, do I still have to provide also the P60? Or just the payslips are ok?
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Sorry,
very last question just to be sure before I send everything again.
So, if I have all the payslips that I need, do I still have to provide also the P60? Or just the payslips are ok?
Hi Tinozza,

The original payslips will be acceptable as long as they cover the full 5 years residency.

Thanks

Catherine
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Hello again, I was wondering if the envelope that I have received from you in the last letter, (and that must be used to send my evidence), needs to be sent with a stamp. It is a white envelope with a label on it that says Residency teamStudent finance EnglandPO Box 311DarlingtonCounty DurhamDL1 9NZCan I send it like this or do I have to add a stamp?
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(Original post by Tinozza)
Good morning,
I have to provide evidence of the places where I have lived for the last 5 years.
I don't have a house contract at the moment because I am staying at a friend's place.
The letter that I have received from SFE says that the documents that we provide, need to cover the dates provided.
Considering that I would miss the last house contract (I have all the others), would I still be able to get a maintenance loan?
I have worked regularly in London for all the 5 years, and I am able to prove evidence for the whole period of time in regards of my job, but not in regards of my residency status.

I hope it makes sense.


Hi Tinozza,

We can accept original payslips, must include salary, employer information, national insurance number, pay period. P60's as long as not handwritten and bank statements as evidence of residency.

Thanks Rona
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Hi Tinozza,

We can accept original payslips, must include salary, employer information, national insurance number, pay period. P60's as long as not handwritten and bank statements as evidence of residency.

Thanks Rona
Thank you Rona,
but my last question was in the regards of the stamp

Would you be able to help me?
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Thank you Rona,
but my last question was in the regards of the stamp

Would you be able to help me?

Hi Tinozza,

As not a post paid envelop you will need to put a stamp on it.

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