Sole Representative Visa

11/03/2021
Sole Representative Visa

Sole Representative Visa


If you are an entrepreneur or work for a business who wishes to expand overseas then this is the best visa type you can come across. If you can convince your bosses to open a branch office in the UK and ask to represent your company here, you can gradually get British citizenship even! Keep reading to know more. 


When businesses wish to visit UK and test the markets without investing lot of fund, they can send one employee as a representative to the UK. This visa type is called The Sole Representative Visa. The employee becomes Representative of an Overseas Business and can visit the UK for 3 years from the date of issuing the visa. During this time they are expected to expand the business in the UK, hire local workers, approach clients and set up fully functioning branch office here in the UK. 

Given its economy, the United Kingdom is popular destination for businesses especially now after Brexit. This visa allows you to do exactly that along with hiring local staff and testing the markets.

Eligibility of the Representative:

He/She has been an employee for 12 months or more of the parent company
Is a senior level employee of the said company
Doesn’t have more than 50% ownership of the company they represent
Has authority as a decision maker in the company they represent
You can apply to come to the UK via this Visa if you are:
The sole representative of an overseas company planning to come to the UK as an employee of an overseas newspaper, news agency or broadcasting organisation

This visa can result in a national residency for the representative. If they sustain the business for 3 years and get a further extension of 2 years, they can apply for permanent residency after the completion of 5 years. And further extending this, after completing 6 years they can apply for a British citizenship.

To see if you can meet the requirements and get the best possible application filed why not request a FREE CALL back with one of our advisers?

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