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Sole Representative Visa is viable option to set up a branch in the UK and operate limited company and develop services or sell products in the UK. Sole Representative Visa is widely chosen between International entrepreneurs and businesspeople who are planning to expand and develop business abroad.
In order to succeed with visa preparation an applicant must prepare detailed business plan for sole representative visa, which plays a critical role in a process of obtaining visa. The business plan should outline Parent company activities, future business activities in the UK and financial position of company in the UK.
From our extensive experience, we can outline important parts of the business plan preparation and information which must be highlighted:
Applicant must be aware of the scope and details of the business plan they are prepared in order to execute it, once they are granted the visa and arrive in the UK.
We decided to mention 2 different topics in this article as at some point they are interrelated, its Business Plan preparation and go through Interview with Home Office, UKVI is making decision by themselves, if applicant will be interviewed or not.
There is some interview questions UKVI might ask the applicant:
Please be advised all information stated above is based on our experience, its on Home Office discretion to arrange an interview or not and to ask particular questions they are believe more important in order to make a decision on the case.
We always advice clients to review their case and make sure that they are aware of all details of operations and strategy of “parent” company and UK subsidiary, as applicant will be responsible for running branch in the UK.
LONDON IMMIGRATION ADVISERS – Sole Representative Visa
Mann’s Solutions is international immigration law firm with offices in London, Hong Kong and Moscow and has expertise in offering UK Visas and Immigration by Investment services to high net worth individuals. Our immigration advisers regulated by OISC.
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