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    Quote Originally Posted by brother52 View Post
    As I already mentioned, the company employs an experienced immigration solicitor who knows a more about how Tier 2 works than most people on discussion boards. Yes, it will not work for any random contract, but it will for some where "direction and control" can be shown to originate from the sponsor, and there is no agency in between.

    They will be paying 20K as a reimbursment, in addition to my salary.
    So you weren't paid on a per diem basis? funny, thought you said you were on £400/day, ie as a contractor.....

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    Quote Originally Posted by LisaContractorUmbrella View Post
    So they'll be paying the 20K tax free - is that what you're saying?
    Suspect OP is just saying that to avoid losing face and end the pile-on....

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    Quote Originally Posted by stek View Post
    So you weren't paid on a per diem basis? funny, thought you said you were on £400/day, ie as a contractor.....
    The daily arragnement exists only between them and the client. I am their employee, so it is monthly salary + bonus + expenses for me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by brother52 View Post
    The daily arragnement exists only between them and the client. I am their employee, so it is monthly salary + bonus + expenses for me.
    What is the name of your employer?
    Why do they believe it is necessary for them to employ an immigration solicitor?
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    Quote Originally Posted by stek View Post
    Suspect OP is just saying that to avoid losing face and end the pile-on....
    Think you're probably right Stek
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