Successful application for leave to remain for a skilled chef

Mr Xis a Skilled Chef. He had been sponsored to work in an established Restaurant in West London. After only a year or so in the UK, his sponsor made the decision to liquidate the existing business and run the restaurant through a new limited company. This meant that Mr X could no longer continue…

Successful application for FLR(M) relying on income from being a director of a UK limited company

Background We have been with our client Mrs C for a long time. We helped her with her initial application under Appendix FM. This time, she instructed us to assist with her extension under the same category. How we helped According to the Appendix FM of Immigration Rules, one of the requirements that the applicant…

Application for settlement under the UK sponsorship system

Mr X had been living in the UK for almost 10 years, first entering as a Tier 4 (General) student. Having completed his degree, he secured sponsorship as a Tier 2 (General) migrant and made two further leave to remain applications under the category. Mr X was aware that he could probably apply for indefinite…

A news agents applies and obtains Sponsor Licence to sponsor a Manager

Mr X has owned and run one of the oldest newsagents on his local high street for almost a decade. Having recently refurbished the store, he has been working on steadily expanding the range of products available and growing his business. Mr X’s wife supports him with the day-to-day operations but following an accident she…

Successful Sponsor Licence Application for a Tier 1 Entrepreneur Director

Mr J is an Indian national who previously ran a successful engineering company in India which is still trading to date. Mr J was interested in expanding in the UK market and had obtained a Tier 1 Entrepreneur visa in order to set up his business in the UK. We were instructed to assist on…

A start up IT consultancy firm secures Skilled Worker sponsor licence

Mr and Mrs X are the Directors of a start-up IT consultancy. With virtual business model, the company has no physical UK office and employs a number of offshore employees who work in technical services and operations. Mr and Ms X approached us for assistance to obtain a sponsor licence in order to sponsor skilled…