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Overseas Representation Visas

If you are looking to establish a subsidiary or branch of your business in the UK, we can help. Overseas representation visas allow senior executives to enter the UK for the purpose of setting up a business for their company. To discuss your specific goals and concerns with one of our business immigration lawyers, contact us today by calling 0208 866 6464 or complete our online enquiry form and a member of our team will get back to you.

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Am I eligible for a Sole Representative of an Overseas Business visa?

Overseas representation visas are designed to allow managers and executives in an overseas company to enter the UK in order and set up their company’s first UK office. In order to be eligible for the overseas representative visa, the applying representative may not own more than fifty per cent of the business, and the business they are representing must remain outside of the UK. Applicants must also:

Already be employed by the overseas company

Have the necessary industry knowledge and experience to carry out their role in the UK

Be travelling to the UK with the purpose of establishing the company’s first UK office

Journalists can also apply for this visa if they are genuinely employed by an overseas broadcaster or news outlet. The only additional eligibility criteria for journalists is that they meet the English language requirements.

We can help guide you through the process of making the visa application and can assist you where things don’t go to plan. Get in touch with our team today.

How can we help you?

Vyman Solicitors has a wealth of experience and can provide you with a full service to attain settlement for applicants applying for Overseas Representation Visas.

We provide essential support to immigrants nationwide.

Please note that you need to formally instruct us or arrange an appointment before we can consider your matter or give you any advice. We do not accept instructions on a “no win, no fee” or legal aid basis.