United Kingdom

Citizenship by investment in the united kingdom

The United Kingdom is a state made up of the historic countries of England, Wales and Scotland, as well as Northern Ireland. It is known as the home of both modern parliamentary democracy and the Industrial Revolution.

Two world wars and the end of empire diminished its role in the 20th century, and the 2016 referendum vote to leave the European Union has raised significant questions about the country’s global role.

Nonetheless, the United Kingdom remains an economic and military power with great political and cultural influence around the world.

At Hoxton Capital Management, we help and focus on the business experience or no experience aspirant and their families, to migrate to a prosperous and safe country through UK Start-Up (New Business person) Visa Program. We work in tandem with financial institutions and a trusted network of internationally respected experts in immigration law to navigate and streamline the immigration process.

Learn more about your citizenship by investment options in the United Kingdom by downloading any of our 4 guides that explain the different options available.

LOCATION 55.3781° N, 3.4360° W
MAIN CITY London
CURRENCY Pound sterling (£)
POPULATION 66 million
TOTAL AREA 242,495 km²

The UK Innovator visa is a new visa which has been set up, alongside the Start-Up visa, to encourage skilled foreign nationals from across the world to come to the UK and bring with them interesting new business ideas which would drive industries forwards with innovative ideas.

The UK Innovator (Experienced Businessperson) category visa is for high net worth individuals, who have access to at least £50,000 (fifty thousand British sterling pound) funds for the purpose of investing into one or more businesses in the UK and an innovative idea for a business. A business means an enterprise as a sole trader; or a partnership; or a company registered in the UK.

To be eligible for an Innovator visa you must prove to the Home Office, as well as an endorsing body, that your business is viable, scalable and innovative.

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    Overseas Business Representative category visa is for companies, which wish to establish an overseas branch in the UK. The parent company (outside the UK) must be sending the sole representative in order to establish a commercial presence of the company in the UK in the form either of a registered branch or of a wholly-owned subsidiary.

    The Sole Representative Visa is also known as the Representative of an Overseas Business Visa is for the non-UK Nationals who wish to help expand their Employers Business or Businesses to the United Kingdom.The United Kingdom is a popular destination for overseas businesses given its economy, security and geographical location.

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      The Start-up (New Businessperson) Visa is one of the main immigration route for migrants from outside theEuropean Economic Area (EEA) to come to work, study, invest or train in the UK. The applicant can apply for leave (permission to stay in the UK) under the Start-up (New Businessperson) Visa route for a period of two years.

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        The UK Investor visa is designed for high net worth individuals who have a minimum of GBP 2,000,000 to invest inside the UK. There is an accelerated route to settlement in the UK if a higher amount of investment is made. You are required to complete an online application and compile all the relevant documentation for submission of your visa application at the visa center. The money may be invested in UK Government bonds, share capital or loan capital in active and trading UK registered companies.

        You must have at least GBP 2 million funds to apply for a Tier 1 (Investor) visa. You must be able to show that the funds belong to either yourself or your partner and that the money is held in a regulated financial institution.

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