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Provided you have at least £2 million of savings or disposable income to spend, you can apply for a Tier 1 Investor Visa to enter and reside in the UK, with the assumption that you invest your wealth into the UK’s economy.
You do not need a job offer or a sponsor to apply in the Investor Visa category. Your Tier 1 application will be based on your ability to invest a minimum of £2 million in the UK. Unlike most other applicants under the points-based system, you will not need to meet the English Language requirement, nor show that you have sufficient maintenance funds to support yourself.
You do not need a job offer or a sponsor to apply in the Investor Visa category. Your Tier 1 Visa application will be based on your ability to invest a minimum of £2 million in the UK.
Unlike most other applicants under the points-based system, you will not need to meet the English Language requirement.
You will also not need to show that you have sufficient maintenance funds to support yourself.
The UK remains one of the worlds top destinations for financial services and attracts a lot of foreign investment in this sector. Investment in many different markets is made through London’s many banks and asset management firms, which continue to thrive.
As long as you invest in an active, UK business, you will be fulfilling your responsibilities as a Tier 1 Investor Visa holder.
The property sector remains a key draw for foreign nationals looking to make an investment in the UK. However, it is important to remember that your Tier 1 application may be refused if you choose to invest only in property-based companies. This includes those involved in property development, property investment and property management.
For more information on the kind of companies you can invest in with a Tier 1 Investor Visa, get in touch with one of our immigration consultants.
Our immigration specialists can arrange a consultation using whatever medium suits you. We can discuss your investment options face-to-face, over the telephone or via Skype. We are highly professional and will ensure we work around your busy schedule and time-frame. We can advise you on your options and assist you through your entire UK Investor Visa application process.
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