Getting It Right First Time
All UK visa applications, regardless of visa category have to meet the very stringent guidelines set by the UK Immigration Directorate. What that means is, one small error in your UK Sole Representative Visa application will result in your visa being refused by the Home Office. Which will mean time and money wasted. Maybe then you will have to re-apply or even appeal, which will cost even more money. Get it right in the first place. Why take the risk, when our UK Immigration Solicitors will navigate the complexities of your case for you. With us, you get total peace of mind.
Requirements & Guidelines:
To apply for aSole Representative Visa, you will need to meet the UK Immigration directorate strict guidelines and the minimum requirements below. Our UK Immigration Solicitors are experts in preparing and submitting a wide and extensive range of UK visa types, with a combined experience of over 10 years, so get our UK Immigration lawyers to help you with your Sole Representative Visa. Give us a call and we will help you every step of the way. Guidelines read as follows.
To be eligible for this visa you must:
- apply from outside the EEA
- have enough money to support yourself without help from public funds
- meet the English requirement.
If you are coming to the UK as a sole representative you must:
- be recruited and employed outside the UK by a company whose headquarters and principal place of business are outside the UK
- have extensive related industry experience and knowledge
- hold a senior position within the company (but not be a major shareholder) and have full authority to make decisions on its behalf
- intend to establish the company’s first commercial presence in the UK, for example, a registered branch or a wholly owned subsidiary
You may also be eligible if the company has a legal entity in the UK that does not employ staff or transact business.
If your company has been working to establish a UK branch or subsidiary, but it is not yet set up, you can replace a previous sole representative.
Newspaper, news agency or broadcast employees
As an employee of an overseas newspaper, news agency or broadcasting organisation, you can come to the UK if you’re being posted here on a long-term assignment.
Our approach to Sole Representative Visa fees is quite simple. A one-off fixed fee that never changes. So, no unexpected surprises. Call us and get a quote. No two cases are the same, but one thing is for sure. Once we give you a price, it won’t change. That’s a promise we will keep.
What to Do Next
Now you have the information you were looking for. Let us give you, the best chance of getting your application approved, the first time around. Give us a Call. So, we can pre-vet your Sole Representative visa application free of charge, within 1 hour whenever possible. Call us and get a No-Obligation Assessment on the phone, our client liaison teams are waiting plus if you have any further questions please feel free to ask.
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