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Posts Tagged 'prospective entrepreneurs'
Newsflash: Home Office announces changes to the UK Investor category effective from 6 April 2015. Yesterday the Home Office announced further sweeping changes to UK immigration law in a new Statement of Changes. There are three changes to the investor visa category. Firstly the minimum age has been reduced from 16 to 18. This follows the November 2014 changes, which introduced a minimum age of 16 where previously there was no minimum age set. Secondly, a new requirement is... Read more »
Posted: 27 February 2015  |  Author: Gherson Immigration  |  Comments (0)
The Home Office yesterday announced urgent changes to the Tier 1 (Entrepreneur) rules, which took effect as of today, 31 January 2013 . The following changes are applicable to all Tier 1 (Entrepreneur) applications that have not yet been decided and apply to applicants who seek entry clearance or leave to remain in the UK as a Tier 1 (Entrepreneur) migrant for the first time. Changes to note are as follows: The introduction of a 'genuine entrepreneur test' which, it... Read more »
Posted: 31 January 2013  |  Author: Gherson Immigration  |  Comments (0)
The UK remains one of the world's most popular destinations for foreign investors and entrepreneurs, with 28 ventures and nearly 2,000 jobs created here each week. According to Business Secretary Vince Cable, more than two thirds of the jobs created or safeguarded in 2010/2011 came from existing investors. The World Bank says that the UK is the easiest place to do business out of all the EU and G8 countries while Ernst & Young have confirmed that the UK is the... Read more »
Posted: 09 March 2012  |  Author: Gherson Immigration  |  Comments (0)
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