A UK business visa permits individuals to enter the UK for the purpose of engaging in activities that are directly connected to a foreign business. The current UK immigration regulations for businesses offer various types of business visas, which are as follows:
- Business visitor visa: This visa is suitable for short-term stays in the UK for specific business-related activities.
- Short-term business visa: Designed for individuals coming to the UK for a brief period to conduct business-related tasks.
- Innovator visa: Intended for entrepreneurs who want to establish innovative businesses in the UK.
- Start-up visa: Targeted at individuals with limited business experience who wish to create new and innovative ventures in the UK.
Additionally, the Global Business Mobility visas encompass the following categories:
a. Senior or Specialist Worker visa: For overseas senior managers and employees with specialized skills working in a UK branch or subsidiary.
b. Graduate Trainee visa: Allows overseas employees to work in a UK branch or subsidiary as part of a graduate training program.
c. Secondment Worker visa: Enables overseas workers to be transferred by their employer to work on a high-value contract with a UK business.
d. Service Supplier visa: Allows overseas employees and self-employed individuals to provide services to a UK company under a contract.
It is crucial to understand the distinct purposes and criteria for each visa type and ensure compliance with the relevant requirements when applying. If you need further information or expert assistance with obtaining a UK business visa, please feel free to contact us at [contact details].