Hadi Law

START UP VISA

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Hadi Law Solicitors is a leading provider of UK business immigration services, including the Start-up visa. Our expert immigration Solicitors will guide you through all aspects of the Start-up visa process, including endorsement, completion of the application form, and gathering the documents required to support your case. After 2 years in the UK, we can help you to secure an Innovator visa which will allow you to stay longer and ultimately secure permanent settlement and citizenship. With our expertise and experience of the UK’s business immigration system, you can relax in the knowledge that you have the very best chance of your Start-up visa being approved by the Home Office in the shortest possible time.

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“I recently used Hadi Law for immigration matter. I would like to thank everyone at Hadi Law Solicitors for their excellent work, professionalism, kindness and understanding. Thank you for sorting this out in such a quick and friendly manner. Your advice at every step was really good.”

Our primary objective is to ensure that you realise your commercial ambitions in the UK by supporting your immigration needs every step of the way. Hadi Law Solicitors is fully regulated by the Solicitors Regulation Authority and the Law Society of England and Wales, meaning we always abide by the strictest regulations and provide the highest levels of client care.

Please call us for an initial consultation on 01772 447000 or request a callback.

What is the UK Start-up visa?

The UK Start-up visa is for overseas entrepreneurs who wish to establish a new, innovative, and viable business in the UK. Unlike the Innovator visa, Start-up visa applicants do not require any form of investment funds.

Start-up visas are issued for up to 2 years, during which time you can set up your new business, work for your business, travel freely to and from the UK, and bring your partner and children to live with you.

At the 2-year point, if you plan to stay longer, you will need to consider switching to another visa in order to stay longer. Most Start-up visa holders switch to the Innovator visa, which is granted for up to 5 years and enables permanent settlement in the UK after just 3 years.

What are the eligibility requirements for a UK Start-up visa?

To obtain a UK Start-up visa, you will need to show evidence that:

Can I apply for settlement once my UK Start-up visa expires?

Unfortunately, the Start-up visa does not provide a direct route to permanent settlement (also referred to as indefinite leave to remain or ILR). What you can do, however, is switch to an Innovator visa while still in the UK, which does provide a route to settlement. After 3 years on an Innovator visa, it is possible to apply for ILR and, 12 months later, British citizenship.

What documents do I need to provide when applying for a UK Start-up visa?

To support your application for your Start-up visa, you will need to provide the following items of documentation:

Let Hadi Law Solicitors take care of all of your business immigration needs. Not only can our specialist team of business immigration Solicitors navigate you through the visa application process, but they can also advise on all aspects of the sponsorship process for UK employers. We are committed to providing you with honest and affordable advice, representation, and legal services. Our Business Immigration Law Solicitors will help you at every stage of your immigration process, from your initial application, subsequent renewals, switching to a different visa type, gaining ILR, and ultimately, securing UK citizenship.

“Excellent service, very helpful and friendly! I would definitely recommend!”

For further information speak to us on 01772 447000 or reach out to us on our 7 day a week WhatsApp helpline 07869760533.

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