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Entrepreneur Visa


Are you willing to set up and run a business in UK?

Then you will need to apply for a Tier 1 Entrepreneur Visa. With a Tier 1 Entrepreneur Visa you may start your own business, join an existing business or take over an established UK enterprise.
We will supervise your application from start to finish and will give you a Tier 1 Entrepreneur Visa, guaranteeing you that you need not apply over and over and you will get your visa in the very first attempt.

Particular requirements for Tier 1 Entrepreneur Visa:

To apply for a Tier 1 Entrepreneur Visa you will not need to have a sponsor. You will need to prove you have sufficient English language skills in one of the following ways:

You are from a country where English is the main language
You have successfully completed a Master's degree course which was taught in English.
Or you have passed an English language test that is equal to level C1 of the council of Europe's Common European Framework for Language learning
The key requirement for the Tier 1 Entrepreneur visa is the amount of money you will be investing in the UK and the guarantee that you will be taking control of a business.
You will need to gain 75 points to pass the criteria for a Tier 1 Entrepreneur Visa.
The following points rewarded for a Tier 1 Entrepreneur Visa are as follow:
Access to £200,000 = 25 points
The sum is held in a regulated bank account = 25 points
The funds are disposable in the UK = 25 points

We will assist you in such a way:

Your immigration matter will be treated with following few steps in order to complete your UK Tier 1 Entrepreneur Visa application capably:
We need your pre-application, where we will make certain that we receive the accurate documents to build up your case stronger
The completion of your Tier 1 Entrepreneur Visa application
Submission of your Tier 1 Entrepreneur Visa application
Contact you with the confirmation of your Tier 1 Entrepreneur Visa

Once you entered in the UK:

In order to encourage more business activity in Britain, UK immigration authorities offer entrepreneurs a fast-track to permanent settlement
This is available to anyone who can either create 10 jobs or turn over more than £5 million in a three-year period
After the initial two year period, depending on the performance of your business, you may extend your leave to remain in the UK by a further three years, requiring you meet the Tier 1 Entrepreneur Visa extension requirements
After this time you may apply for Indefinite Leave to Remain (ILR) for more permanent residency in the UK .

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