A Tier 1 (Entrepreneur) visa is an immigration route that is actively promoted and encouraged by the UK Government. It is an attractive and achievable option for many who are interested in living and working in the UK. You can apply for a Tier 1 (Entrepreneur) visa if you want to set up and run a business in the UK, and have a minimum of £200K to invest. It is initially granted for three years, after which you can apply to extend for a further two years. Settlement in the UK is a possibility after these five years.
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I have used white Rose Visas for my T1 visa application I found them very professional, well familiar with procedures and above all very helpful in answering my queries. The process was carried out smoothly and according to plan. I will not hesitate to recommend them to anyone. I would like thank them for all the help and advice all the way through the process, and especially to Kim Day who was always there to answer my queries and sort out any problem.
Really professional and well informed about UKBA policies. I got my Tier 1 Entrepreneur and ILR in last few months just using their services and they know what they are doing. And thanks Natalie for your work on my files, really great help.
At White Rose Vias, we offer a range of services for Entrepreneur applicants. As part of our basic service, we complete the application form on your behalf, ensure that your documents perfectly meet UK Government requirements, and closely guide you through each stage of the application process.
Our Enhanced (Entrepreneur) Package is a complete support service to enable you to develop a suitable business plan, prepare and practice for your application interview, obtain your visa, and set up your new business such that Home Office requirements are met. The Enhanced Package includes:
Our Enhanced Package is proving increasingly popular, not least because the Home Office now takes a forensic interest in the detail and viability of the applicant's business plans and market research. In our experience, the majority of Tier 1 (Entrepreneur) refusals are due to an inadequate business plan and/ or market research, or interview failure due to lack of knowledge of these issues.