Home Office has announced changes in Immigration Rules last week, specifically in Sole Representative Visa. Note that these changes come into effect on 4 June, but any sole representative application submitted before then will be decided in accordance with the current Rules.
You can find outlines of it below:
Adding this wording to the Rules allows decision-makers to refuse an application on the basis of their own, subjective assessment that an applicant may meet the Rules but they don’t actually meet the Rules, because decision-makers don’t believe the applicant is using them genuinely.
Moreover, there is new wording that the business’s branch or subsidiary should not be “established solely for the purpose of facilitating the entry and stay of the applicant”.
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