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I am a Nigerian, I intend to apply for 2 years visa.
My concerns are these.
I don't leave cash in my salary account but I have maintained a minimum balance of 350k (750 Pounds) and have been using my salary account for my investments. In July, when I got my first 6months Visa, I started running 2 mutual fund accounts (ARM and Stanbic) which I transfer 60k (128 Pounds) and 80k (170 Pounds) to the mutual accounts respectively, I do this same day I get my salary. The worth of both Mutual Funds is about 400k (854 Pounds) and 450k(960 Pounds) individually.
In August, I did a Treasury-Bills (Just like Fixed Deposit) investment of 1,000,000 (2,135 Pounds) for 91 days tenor which dropped in my account in November and in the same month of November I did another one for 91 days and it dropped on Jan 31, 2019.
Since I will be applying for 2 years visa this month, I decided to let the money rest in my account. The balance of my salary account is about 1,400,000 (3,100 Pounds)
Questions? 1. Do I need to get a letter for both mutual funds accounts and statements?
Do I have to provide the Treasury-bills certificate for the already matured investments so that it won't be termed as Lodgement?
Hope its qualifies / eligible for 2 years visa, and not make my application complicated.
Basic info. - My salary is 260,000 Naira (555 Pounds) - Im single - Family invitation (Uncle) - Travel History: Israel, UAE, UK, Ireland
Thank you for your assistance.