I am helping my dad to apply for a UK visitor visa to visit me as I am settled here. I am sending an invitation letter and he will be staying at the house I am renting.
The question I have is that I don't really know how to properly fill the form. He is a dentist and self employed since 25 years ago. To give you generics the business ears 6000USD a month but the business spends around 3000USD month in rent, salary of his employees etc. According to the accountant his main salary would surround the 3000USD monthly and I ask her to make a proper document saying that, plus the proof of ownership and the tax documents showing the business entries last 6 MONTHS.
But, as its him, an assistant and a secretary, he manages everything himself, buying supplies, paying rent, etc, using this specific bank account under his name (the business is also legally under his name).
So what should be his annual income, the 3000 monthly?? Or should I write the annual income of the whole business and where they ask how much he spends monthly include the business expenses per month?
I might be overthinking this, as I used to apply as an employee, that was straight forward but I can't seem to find how to do it for self employment in visitor visa cases.
Like he has applied multiple times for USA visas no problem so it should be fairly straight forward right.