UK BUSINESS IMMIGRATION

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UK INNOVATOR VISA

The Innovator category is for more experienced business people seeking to establish a business in the UK. Applicants will need a minimum £50,000 funding available to invest in their business. Successful innovators are granted leave for 3 years at a time and can also bring their family members (spouses/partners and children under 18) to the UK. After 3 years, innovators can apply to extend their stay for another 3 years or settle permanently in the UK.

The Innovator category is for more experienced business people seeking to establish a business in the UK. Applicants will need a minimum £50,000 funding available to invest in their business. Successful Innovators are granted leave for 3 years at a time and can also bring their family members (spouses/partners and children under 18) to the UK.

The Innovator (Entry) category is for higher net worth individuals seeking to establish their own business in the UK. Applicants must have £50,000 available to invest in the business and be able to undertake the role of a sole trader or managing director, working full-time on developing the business.

UK STARTUP VISA

The start-up category is for early-stage but high potential entrepreneurs starting a business in the UK for the first time. Applicants do not need any funds to invest in their business at this stage, and must not have previously set up a business in the UK. Successful applicants are granted leave for 2 years and can also bring their family members (spouses/partners and children under 18) to the UK. They will spend most of their time developing their businesses but may take on other work during this period to support themselves.

The Start-up category is for high potential entrepreneurs starting a business in the UK for the first time. Applicants must not have previously been granted leave as a Tier 1 (Entrepreneur) or Tier 1 (Entrepreneur in Scotland) migrant, or be applying to switch from another category. Successful applicants are granted leave for 2 years and can also bring their family members (spouses/partners and children under 18) to the UK. During the granted period of leave applicants will spend the majority of their time developing their businesses but can also take on other work outside of their businesses, to support themselves

The Start-up category allows high potential entrepreneurs to start a business in the UK for the first time. Applicants must not have previously set up a business in the UK and must not have existing funds invested in their proposed business. Successful applicants are granted leave to remain for 2 years, allowing them to spend the majority of their time developing their businesses while being able to take on other work outside of their businesses.

The Start-up category of the Skilled Migrant Programme is designed to attract talented entrepreneurs looking to start their business in the UK.

UK EXPANSION WORKER VISA

The UK Expansion Worker Visa program is a UK business visa for people who own or are employed outside the UK by a company whose headquarter and principal place of business is outside UK including the Middle East and Asia.A UK Expansion Worker visa permits you to come to the UK and open a branch office of an overseas business that has not started trading in the UK yet.You must already for work for the overseas business as either a Senior Manager, Managing Director, General Manager, Owner, Partner or Shareholder.

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