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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.
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.
If you were granted a Tier 1 Investor Visa before 6th November 2014, you will be able to extend it on the condition that:
If you were granted your visa on or after 6th November 2014, you can extend your visa if:
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.
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.
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:
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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