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Business representative visas for UK, Isle Of Man and Ireland

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4:10 PM, 25 June, 2020

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Business representative visas for UK, IOM and Ireland

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United kingdom

Sole Representative Visa

The Sole Representative of an Overseas Business visa is intended for an overseas business to establish a commercial presence in the UK by sending over a senior employee as a representative. To meet the criteria for this visa category, the parent company must be e genuine commercial enterprise with its principle place of business outside the UK.

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SOLE REPRESENTATIVE VISA

What is a Sole Representative? 

 A sole representative will be expected to have: 

 · been employed by the parent company in a senior job role within the company 

 · a track record of setting up branches for other companies, if they have been employed specifically to undertake this role 

 · authority to take operational decisions once in the UK, as indicated by their role in the company hierarchy However, a sole representative cannot be an agent (self-employed), a sales representative or buyer or a secretary / personal assistant accompanying a sole representative.

 To be eligible as a sole representative, you cannot be a majority shareholder of the company. Only those with less than a 50% shareholding will be considered.

What are the Entry Requirements?

To qualify, an applicant must: 

· be recruited and employed outside the UK by the employer they intend to represent in the UK 

 · intend to work full-time for the organisation 

 · not intend to take any other employment 

 · be applying to be the sole representative in the UK of an overseas employer who intends to establish and operate a registered branch or wholy-owned subsidiary of that overseas business in the UK and that branch or subsidiary will operate in the same type of business activity as the overseas business 

· not be a majority shareholder in that overseas business 

· be a senior employee of the overseas company 

· have full authority to take operational decisions on behalf of the overseas business for the purpose of representing it in the UK 

 · obtain entry clearance in this category before arrival in the UK and present it to an border force officer on arrival 

 · provide evidence that they can maintain and accommodate themselves and any dependants adequately without recourse to public funds 

· meet the required standard in English language 

Their employer must have: 

 · its headquarters and principal place of business outside the UK 

 · no active branch, subsidiary or other representative in the UK

Is the Sole Representative a pathway to Indefinite Leave to Remain?

The Sole Represented does indeed allow a pathway to Indefinite Leave to Remain. 

To qualify you must: 

· have spent a continuous period of 5 years in the UK as a representative of an overseas business or in one of the predecessor categories of overseas media representative or sole representative 

· have met the requirements of a representative of an overseas business throughout the 5 year period, including: 

1. being employed throughout the period, for example by providing P60s for the last 5 years and pay slips for the last 3 months 

2. show you have established a branch registered as a UK establishment or subsidiary and generated business

3. your employer must still be actively trading and remain centred overseas 

· produce a letter from their employer which certifies they are still needed to do the job they were first granted leave for 

· demonstrate knowledge of English language and life in the UK

ISLE OF MAN

Business Manager Visa Plan

The Isle of Man is a self-governing British Crown dependency in the Irish Sea between England and Ireland. It’s known for its rugged coastline, medieval castles and rural landscape, rising to a mountainous center.

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BUSINESS MANAGER VISA PLAN

THE OPPORTUNITY 

 We have corporate applicants based in the Isle of Man which is part of the British Isles. They are looking to develop and expand their businesses by recruiting the right business managers from overseas who have the right skills and the right business acumen and connections to match their ambitions.

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THE QUALIFYING CRITERIA 

 We will need to consult with you to see if you meet the standards demanded but broadly if you would have met the requirements of the now abolished U.K. Tier I Entrepreneur Visa in all major respects then you stand an excellent chance of satisfying the tests we need to apply. 

 THE ISLE OF MAN 

 You must be willing to establish yourself on the island as a resident but the arrangements envisage that you will be obliged to spend periods of time outside the island. The exact amount of time will depend on the nature of the opportunity in each case . We set out here Information about the Isle of Man which makes it a sought after place to live and work. 

 THE KEY BENEFITS 

 We have identified them above and the visa process is not complicated. To realise these exceptional advantages you must of course keep to the terms of your visa and your contract with the Company you are working with. 

LIMITED PLACES

 We must make it clear that the opportunities are limited by the number of suitable corporate applicants and therefore if you are interested you need to bear this closely in mind.

YOUR PASSPORT TO BRITISH CITIZENSHIP

*. No interviews on applications 

* No interviews on extensions 

* No Bank Information required 

* No innovation requirements 

*.No monitoring between visa applications 

Ireland

Irish Citizen Entrepreneur Plan

The enterprise must be registered and headquartered in Ireland and the investment must support the creation or maintenance of employment.

If you want to know more about IRISH CITIZEN ENTREPRENEUR PLAN  please register at the webinar.

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IRISH CITIZEN

In order to apply for Irish citizenship, an applicant must have at least 5 years (or 60 months) reckonable residence in Ireland comprised as follows: 

 • One year’s continuous residency in Ireland immediately prior to the date of application and, 

• during the eight years before that, a total residence period of four years. 

 In general, a person will be considered to have been resident in Ireland for a full year (i.e. to have 12 months reckonable residence) even if they have been absent from the country for up to 6 weeks in that year. 


Details

For the non-EEA national founder of a company to secure permission to work in Ireland, the following steps must be taken: 

 1. Incorporate an Irish company (with at least one EEA resident director. Founder can be majority/sole shareholder) 

 2. Employ an EEA national member of staff (this can be part-time but should be substantive) 

 3. Offer a job to founder which qualifies for Employment Permits (conditions below – no market needs test) 

 4. Apply for an employment permit (valid for two years)  

5. If granted, apply for visa if required 

 6. Family members can join immediately 

 7. At end of year 2, apply for permission to reside (permits holder to work without an employment permit and without minimum salary levels, establish a business, be selfemployed etc) 

Family and residency

 Employment permit holders may apply for immediate family reunification for eligible family members as follows: 

 • Spouses 

 • any minor children 

 • dependent children up to age 23 who are in full-time education 

 • De facto Partners. 

However, a Pre-Clearance application is necessary whether client is visa required or not and takes about 8 weeks. It is a condition that de factor partners have been living together for a minimum continuous 2 year period immediately prior to the application. Non-visa required nationals may arrive in Ireland with their spouses and children and their de facto partners can follow once they secure Pre-clearance. Visa required founders and family members must apply for ‘Long Stay ‘D’ Join Family Visa’ prior to travelling to Ireland. Once in Ireland spouses/de facto partners will: 

• receive a permission on registration

• be able to work immediately without the need for an employment permit 

OUR TEAM

We believe that for success in any business the main team!

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Harvey Shulman

Lawyer


 
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Muzaffar Saydiganiev

Business Development


 
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Denis Oparkin

CEO


 
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James Udriot

Business Executive

 
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Diego Fiorillo

Business Development


 
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Peter Bastiampillai

Immigration adviser


 
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Naju Chowdhury

Trainee Lawyer


 
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Stuart Veitch

Accountant

 
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Jennifer Simmons

Lawyer


 
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Leniza Mingaleeva

Business Development


 
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Joanne Kong

Concierge Services


 
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Jamica Cheung

Concierge Services


 

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