Private companies, public companies and government agencies alike identify the UK as a lucrative market to sell their products, services or attract substantial investments.
Preparing a UK immigration application is a stressful process in its own right.
If your application is not successful and you receive a letter rejecting your application, many dreams and plans may get shattered. What happens if you choose to do nothing about it?
What happens if your UK visa application is rejected? What is the best way forward in the circumstances?
I always encourage my clients to hire a regulated professional to help you with your UK visa application as it may help you eliminate the chances of being rejected.
A rejected visa application may have a number of significant consequences for you and your family. It is easy to get caught up in a vicious cycle of misfortune.
Therefore, starting to work with an OISC regulated immigration adviser, like myself, early on in the process may help ensure that your UK visa application process is successful.
The UK has a highly specialist market of professional advisors. They have their own specific areas of expertise and the type of client they specialise in. They can also be quite generalist, too.
However, as an ultra and high net worth individual investing, operating or relocating to the UK many multiple issues may come into play, which warrant for a more integrated and aligned approach, which goes beyond the simple advice.
Women can be conditioned culturally and politically to be more at a disadvantage than men in the matters of wealth. The drive is to be more financially savvy and independent, and less dependent on men. Be they fathers, brothers, husbands or male family advisors.
Hong Kong is a significant historic issue for the UK. As the UK influence came to the end, the country was plagued with civil unrest and insecurity. The significance of Hong Kong as the world’s financial capital has now diminished and the UK introduced a new immigration route for Hong Kong nationals to the UK in 2021.
Tier 1 Investor visa was terminated immediately without any transitional arrangements and prior warning. This makes it even more difficult to wealthy individuals to come and live in the UK.
As you invest, operate or relocate to the UK or Switzerland, there are at least several important concerns for you, such immigration requirements and constraints, the need for tax planning and operating business in the UK post-Brexit, as well as, your wealth management and the need to protect your wealth worldwide.