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So I applied for UK visa with a regular income of 129,429 . However , when I was paid it reflected in my account statement has 129,400 . I am worried that this little difference mine cause trouble with the Embassy

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    Welcome to TSE. You haven’t specified the currency you’re referring to, but a difference of 29 seems pretty insignificant. Did you provide paperwork to prove your income eg pay slips, employment contract etc? – Traveller Jun 3 at 7:06
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    It's a difference of about 0.02% so it shouldn't be much of an issue by itself, but the discrepancy may lead them to examine things more closely, so the rest of your application needs to be bulletproof. – jcaron Jun 3 at 9:20
  • If it's £129,400 (GBP) per annum, that will put you comfortably in the top 1% of incomes in the UK. A difference of £29 ( 0.025% ) is less than the daily currency fluctuations, so should be ignored when checking your income – CSM Jun 3 at 10:43
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A discrepancy of less than 0.1% in your salary is not going to be a problem, no matter what the currency.

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