Tier 1 Investor Visa Extension

Apply for a Tier 1 Investor Visa extension with our Application Package

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If you currently have leave to be in the UK on a Tier 1 Investor Visa, you can apply to stay for longer by applying for a Tier 1 Investor Visa Extension.

The main requirement to extend your Tier 1 Investor Visa is proof that you have invested at least £750,000 in your first three months of living in the UK. The Tier 1 Investor Visa extension will allow you to stay for an extra two years. You must also prove that you will continue to invest in UK-based businesses throughout your stay.

How can IAS help?

The expert team at IAS have a wealth of experience providing Tier 1 Investor guidance for high-net-worth individuals to enter or remain in the UK. With our services, your lawyer will assess your eligibility and advise you on your investment options. He/she will work around your busy schedule, managing every aspect of your application.

Your lawyer will also prepare a Letter of Representation to accompany your application. This letter pleads your case by referencing your supporting evidence and relevant UK case law. Get in touch today on +1844 290 6312 or make an inquiry online to find out more about your personal immigration matter.

FAQs

What are the Tier 1 Investor Visa extension requirements?

If you were granted a Tier 1 Investor Visa before 6th November 2014, you will be able to extend it on the condition that:

  • You have at least £1 million of accessible funds in your name
  • You have invested a minimum of £750,000 into government bonds, share capital or loan capital in UK companies
  • You invested this within three months of receiving your Investor Visa

If you were granted your visa on or after 6th November 2014, you can extend your visa if:

  • You have at least £2 million on accessible funds in your name
  • You have invested this amount in UK government bonds, share capital or loan capital in UK companies
  • You invested this sum within three months of your ‘investor start date’

What is the Tier 1 Investor processing time?

Usually, you should get a decision on your Tier 1 Investor Visa within three weeks. This is provided your extension is not being made under any special or complex circumstances, in which case it may take longer.

When can I apply for an extension on my Tier 1 Investor Visa?

You must apply for an extension before your current Tier 1 Investor Visa expires.

If you do not apply for your Tier 1 Investor Visa extension before your current leave expires, you will be considered an over-stayer. This means that you could face penalties.

This could result in a caution, detainment or even an order for removal by UK Immigration Authorities.

What services does IAS offer?

Our team is made up of highly-qualified immigration lawyers who can provide you with expert Tier 1 Investor guidance. As you are restricted by your current leave, we understand the need for a fast, reliable service.

Your lawyer will confirm your eligibility for the Tier 1 Investor Visa extension and support you through each step of the process. Our services include:

  • Performing a full document check to ensure you have the correct evidence before applying;
  • Writing a Letter of Representation to be submitted with your application;
  • Keeping in contact with the Home Office for the duration of your application;
  • Ensuring that you can prove you meet the investment requirement;
  • Completing all your application forms to the highest possible standard.

With our tailored Tier 1 Investor guidance, you are in the best possible position to successfully receive your Tier 1 extension. Contact us today using our online contact form or on +1844 290 6312 to arrange a meeting with an expert immigration consultant.

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