The #End for #Sole #Representative #Visa

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The #End for #Sole #Representative #Visa

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Statement of Changes to the Immigration Rules : In the midst of #outbreak, the #Home #Office quietly published a statement of changes to the #Immigration #Rules which will be coming into force on 4 June 2020. Applications submitted before that date will be considered under the Rules currently in place.

Sole #Representative #Visa Changes

The most notable changes affect Representative of Overseas #Business visa route, also known as Sole Representative. The route became increasingly popular following the closure of Tier 1 (Entrepreneur) visa, so rather expectedly the Home Office is seeking to tighten the screws.

Most notable changes:

The applications will now include a “genuineness assessment”, i.e. whether the sole rep intends to genuinely meet the Rules. The Home Office/UKVI will now assess subjectively whether the applicant “genuinely” meets the rules.
The Rules now stipulate that the branch or subsidiary should not be “established solely for the purpose of facilitating the entry and stay of the applicant”.
The Rules require the applicant to have the “relevant skills, experience and knowledge of the business”. This will, of course, be assessed by the Home Office based on the evidence provided.
It is no longer possible for partners of someone with a majority shareholding to apply for sole representative visa, previously the Rules restricted only majority shareholders themselves. This change was to be expected and corrects an obvious oversight in the original drafting.
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