From outside the UK If you are applying from outside the UK, you must apply online. You will be required to have your fingerprints and photograph taken at a visa application in order to obtain a biometric residence permit which is part of your application. Thereafter, you will have to collect your biometric residence permit [...]
The current Home Office fees will depend on where you are and the way you apply: Who you’re applying for Apply online or by post Apply in person outside the UK You £1,277 £1,021 You (if you’re from Turkey or Macedonia) £1,222 £966 All dependants £1,277 each person £1,021 each person Source: https://www.gov.uk/tier-1-entrepreneur/ You will [...]
You can come to the UK with a Tier 1 Entrepreneur visa for a maximum of 3 years and 4 months. You can apply to extend the visa for another 2 years if you are already in this category and 3 years if you are switching to it from another category. Additionally, you might be [...]
Generally, the documents a Tier 1 Entrepreneur visa applicant will need to include but are not limited to the below: Current passport or other valid travel identification Evidence of investment funds available to them Business plan Evidence of ability to support themselves financially during their stay Proof of meeting the English language requirement Tuberculosis medical [...]
If you are on Tier 1 Entrepreneur visa, your family members (dependants) have the right to undertake most employment (with the exception of Doctor or Dentist in Training unless certain conditions apply), self-employment and be a professional sportsperson. They can also study at both private and state school or university, but they may need to [...]
You can study on a Tier 1 Entrepreneur Visa, although it should not be your main activity which is to carry out your business. You might need to obtain an Academic Technology Approval Scheme (ATAS) certificate in relation to your course/research and present it to your institution prior to commencing your studies. [...]
You can work for your business, including being self-employed or Director of a company. To fulfil the purpose of this visa, you are usually not allowed to take full-time employment in another company. Part-time or supplementary employment may be acceptable under certain conditions.
There are numerous requirements in order to obtain a Tier 1 Entrepreneur Visa, depending on your personal and business circumstances. The following are some key requirements: 1. You must be from outside the European Economic Area (EEA) and Switzerland. 2. You must have access to at least £50,000 investment funds from specific investment vehicles. Alternatively, [...]
You can share the same investment funds with only one other Tier 1 Entrepreneur visa applicant. This can be done by forming an Entrepreneurial Team of two Tier 1 Entrepreneur applicants.