We have contacts with businesses within the UK who are looking for investment; should you be looking to invest in an already existing UK business, we can assist with matching you with some vibrant start ups with potential of success
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Business Match making
Step 1: Pre-application
Step 2: Preparation and Submission
Step 3: Visa Outcome
Step 4: Business Match making
Step 5: Joint Venture Setup
Step 6: Ongoing support (if requested)
Before we begin the process, we would normally try to double check that your access to the funds is compliant with what the Home Office wants. We will also access your CV as well as professional and educational experience to be sure that there is a genuine fit with our current portfolio. We will parse this against a list of ideal businesses. Once we are satisfied with all these, we will proceed to the next stage which is the preparation and submission of your application.
Preparation and Submission
At this stage, we will be looking at completing due diligence documents as well as putting together a decent and compliant business plan. Importantly, the business plan must satisfy genuine entrepreneur requirements. The business plan should also demonstrate that your business aims to generate at least two full time employment (for two settled workers). At this stage, we will also be preparing the Tier 1 entrepreneur visa. We would normally give you a list of documents to give us. Our business immigration lawyers will then go through every single piece of document you have provided to make sure that you application is robust enough to increase your chances of success to at least 95%. Once we are both happy with what we have done, we will proceed to submit the application.
The outcome at this stage maybe either positive of negative. If the application comes back refused, we will advise on the next steps. We however have a 95% success rate.
Having been granted a visa. A full due diligence will then be carried out. Once we are happy, a joint venture setup process will commence.