in the section Do you have savings, properties or other income, for example from stocks and shares?

Can my additional / part time job stand as 'other income? If Yes, what will the total income be monthly? my part-time job is not frequent as I do that when my clients need my service.

Payment is made in my salary account. I have about 4 credits for the past 6 months. In my cover letter, I have given a detailed breakdown of all these additional income inflows into my account.

Thank you for your advice

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  • You are not saying why and to whom you need to proof your income. – TorstenS Jun 15 '18 at 6:53
  • In the application form. I have edited my question. Thanks – olowogbo Jun 15 '18 at 7:05
  • If you can prove the source of the credits eg via invoices to your clients, tax return etc you can include the income. If it’s irregular, just divide the total received by the number of months and explain the calculation in your covering letter. If the amount is very small including it might not make much difference to your chances of success – Traveller Jun 15 '18 at 8:19
  • @TorstenS the asker did tag the question as being a UK visa application – user16259 Jun 15 '18 at 8:37
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    If the income is not regular, you should mention it as you have done, but the visa officer will probably discount it. You could calculate a monthly average and include it in the "other income" box, but you should be very explicit about that if you do it, to avoid the appearance of deception. If your salary is sufficient by itself to support your application, I would suggest not claiming the income at all beyond the mention you have made in the cover letter. If you do that, explain in the cover letter that you didn't include it on the form because it is sporadic. – phoog Jun 15 '18 at 14:45

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