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While applying for a UK Visa in Nigeria with my wife and kid, can we submit 4 bank statements? One of the statements is our joint business account, the second is my salary account from my part-time job, the 3rd statement is my personal and other contract job and the 4th is my wife's personal account. I hope it's okay if I submit them all since we receive money from all of them.

  • @MadHatter I don't think so, it doesn't say anything about multiple statements – Xnero Jun 17 at 11:13
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    @Daniil I disagree - the linked answer is detailed as to the why of providing bank statements - if multiple statements provide the right level of evidence, they are acceptable. The linked answer gives the why, and that answers this question as well. – Moo Jun 17 at 11:24
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One of the statements is our joint business account, the second is my salary account from my part-time job, the 3rd statement is my personal and other contract job and the 4th is my wife's personal account.

This is a good selection of bank statements (in my opinion).

It shows:

  • How you are earning the money
  • You are earning the money lawfully
  • You have jobs to support your income and have a stable source of income
  • You and your wife have money/savings to be able to finance your trip and will not have to work illegally to get money

The more of those you prove, the higher your chances of getting a visa.

In the list of supporting documents issued by the UK Government it doesn't say anything about not being allowed to provide bank statements, it even uses plural form indicating you can submit more than one:

  • bank statements

But note:

  • bank statements or letters issued more than 1 year before the date of application

I hope it's okay if I submit them all since we receive money from all of them.

Since it's allowed and helps you with getting a visa, why not?

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