Our Companies Visa Sponsorship Program

UK Tier 1 (Entrepreneur) visas

 
5 Star Film Company are sponsoring the U.K Governments Entrepreneurs Visa Program,by enabling applicants to fulfill certain criteria which will enable them to gain the 95 qualifying points which enables anyone born outside of Europe to obtain an Entrepreneurs visa and reside in the U.K.
The criteria is as follows.


Overview

Tier 1 (Entrepreneur) visas are ideal for entrepreneurs with some money to invest in the UK. 
25 points are earned by investing £200,000 in a U.K Company,whilst another 25 points are gained by becoming a Director in that Company.

Specific Criteria

In order to qualify for a Tier 1 (Entrepreneur) visa, you must score 95 points on the Tier 1 points-based test. 
How you score points is described at the Government website.


How we enable: 

1. By Sponsoring an applicant as an Inactive Company Director [25 points]

2. By sponsoring 
an applicant as a Class C Company Shareholder, the Class C Company Shares earns 8% per annum paid quarterly which provides a disposable income. (£16,000 per annum) (delivered in arrears after maturity within 3 months)
Shares are stable at £10 each, [20,000 are required] The Investment amount required to invest in a British Company to qualify for an Entrepreneurs Visa is £200,000 which gains another [25 points] 

3. We can engage you as a consultant,this honourary affiliation is a part of our sponsorship offering which will gain another [25 points]

4. By opening up a Building Society account in order to receive the monthly Shares dividends.

5. The applicant gains another 25 points by having enough funds to support themselves for 3 months. After that period the Directors  shares dividends will be paying out.

These are the 100 qualifying points that we can sponsor the applicants for.

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Company Shares are Government registered regulated through Companies House,who apply compliance procedures to ensure that Shareholders are paid dividends duly on time.

This program is only viable for applicants who have £200,000 to invest in 5 Star Film Company Ltd. (8% Directors) Class C Shares.
The Director / Shareholder who enters this Visa sponsor program shall be paid dividends through proceeds earned through Television Advertising revenues from which their Investment has enabled the Companies fully prepared licensed Television Channel to launch.

Don"t hesitate to inquire at the Company Website.

http://www.5-star-film-co-international.com/investors-link.php




The Rules are quite complex and intensive.

[Below is a relevant section relating to the criteria that we can sponsor]


245D. Purpose of this route and meaning of business

  1. (a) This route is for migrants who wish to establish, join or take over one or more businesses in the UK.
  2. (b) For the purpose of paragraphs 245D to 245DF and paragraphs 35 to 53 of Appendix A ‘business’ means an enterprise as:
    1. (i) a sole trader,
    2. (ii) a partnership, or
    3. (iii) a company registered in the UK.
  3. (c) Where paragraphs 245D to 245DF and paragraphs 35 to 53 of Appendix A, refer to money remaining available to the applicant until such time as it is spent for the purposes of his business or businesses:
    1. (i) ‘Available’ means that the funds are:
      1. (1) in the applicant’s own possession,
      2. (2) in the financial accounts of a UK incorporated business of which he is the director, or
      3. (3) available from the third party or parties named in the application under the terms of the declaration(s) referred to in paragraph 41-SD(b) of Appendix A.
    2. (ii) ‘Invested’ or ‘spent’ excludes spending on:
      1. (1) the applicant’s own remuneration,
      2. (2) buying the business from a previous owner, where the money ultimately goes to that previous owner (irrespective of whether it is received or held directly or indirectly by that previous owner) rather than into the business being purchased (This applies regardless of whether the money is channelled through the business en route to the previous owner, for example by means of the applicant or business purchasing ‘goodwill’ or other assets which were previously part of the business.),
      3. (3) investing in businesses, other than those which the applicant is running as self-employed or as a director, and
      4. (4) any spending which is not directly for the purpose of establishing or running the applicant’s own business or businesses.

245DA. Entry to the UK

All migrants arriving in the UK and wishing to enter as a Tier 1 (Entrepreneur) Migrant must have a valid entry clearance for entry under this route. If they do not have a valid entry clearance, entry will be refused.

245DB. Requirements for entry clearance

To qualify for entry clearance as a Tier 1 (Entrepreneur) Migrant, an applicant must meet the requirements listed below. If the applicant meets those requirements, entry clearance will be granted. If the applicant does not meet these requirements, the application will be refused.

  1. Requirements:
    1. (a)The applicant must not fall for refusal under the general grounds for refusal.
    2. (b)The applicant must have a minimum of 75 points under paragraphs 35 to 53 of Appendix A.
    3. (c)The applicant must have a minimum of 10 points under paragraph 1 to 15 of Appendix B.
    4. (d)The applicant must have a minimum of 10 points under paragraph 1 to 2 ofAppendix C.
    5. (e)An applicant who has, or was last granted, leave as a Student or a Postgraduate Doctor or Dentist, a Student Nurse, a Student Writing-Up a Thesis, a Student Re-Sitting an Examination or as a Tier 4 Migrant and:
      1. (i)is currently being sponsored by a government or international scholarship agency, or
      2. (ii)was being sponsored by a government or international scholarship agency, and that sponsorship came to an end 12 months ago or less, must provide the unconditional written consent of the sponsoring Government or agency to the application and must provide the specified documents as set out in paragraph 245A above, to show that this requirement has been met.
  1. (f) Where the applicant is being assessed under Table 4 of Appendix A, the Entry Clearance Officer must be satisfied that:
    1. (i) the applicant genuinely intends and is able to establish, take over or become a director of one or more businesses in the UK within the next six months;
    2. (ii) the applicant genuinely intends to invest the money referred to in Table 4 of Appendix A in the business or businesses referred to in (i);
    3. (iii) that the money referred to in Table 4 of Appendix A is genuinely available to the applicant, and will remain available to him until such time as it is spent for the purposes of his business or businesses;
    4. (iv) if the applicant is relying on one or more previous investments to score points, they have genuinely invested all or part of the investment funds required in Table 4 of Appendix A into one or more genuine businesses in the UK;.
    5. (v) that the applicant does not intend to take employment in the United Kingdom other than under the terms of paragraph 245DC.
  2. (g) The applicant must provide a business plan, setting out his proposed business activities in the UK and how he expects to make his business succeed.
  3. (h) In making the assessment in (f), the Entry Clearance Officer will assess the balance of probabilities. The Entry Clearance Officer may take into account the following factors:
    1. (i)the evidence the applicant has submitted;
    2. (ii)the viability and credibility of the source of the money referred to in Table 4 of Appendix A;
    3. (iii)the viability and credibility of the applicant’s business plans and market research into their chosen business sector;
    4. (iv)the applicant’s previous educational and business experience (or lack thereof);
    5. (v) the applicant’s immigration history and previous activity in the UK; and
    6. (vi)any other relevant information.
  4. (i) Where the applicant has had entry clearance, leave to enter or leave to remain as a Tier 1 (Entrepreneur) Migrant, a Businessperson or an Innovator in the 12 months immediately before the date of application, and is being assessed under Table 5 of Appendix A, the Entry Clearance Officer must be satisfied that:
    1. (i) the applicant has established, taken over or become a director of one or more genuine businesses in the UK, and has genuinely operated that business or businesses while he had leave as a Tier 1 (Entrepreneur) Migrant, a Businessperson or an Innovator; and
    2. (ii) the applicant has genuinely invested the money referred to in Table 5 of Appendix A into one or more genuine businesses in the UK to be spent for the purpose of that business or businesses; and
    3. (iii) the applicant genuinely intends to continue operating one or more businesses in the UK; and
    4. (iv) the applicant does not intend to take employment in the United Kingdom other than under the terms of paragraph 245DE.
  5. (j) In making the assessment in (i), the Entry Clearance Officer will assess the balance of probabilities. The Entry Clearance Officer may take into account the following factors:
    1. (i) the evidence the applicant has submitted;
    2. (ii) the viability and credibility of the source of the money referred to in Table 5 of Appendix A;
    3. (iii) the credibility of the financial accounts of the business or businesses;
    4. (iv) the credibility of the applicant’s business activity in the UK, including when he had leave as a Tier 1 (Entrepreneur) Migrant, a Businessperson or an Innovator;
    5. (v) the credibility of the job creation for which the applicant is claiming points in Table 5 of Appendix A;
    6. (vii) if the nature of the business requires mandatory accreditation, registration and/or insurance, whether that accreditation, registration and/or insurance has been obtained; and
    7. (viii) any other relevant information.
  6. (k) The Entry Clearance Officer reserves the right to request additional information and evidence to support the assessment in (f) or (i), and to refuse the application if the information or evidence is not provided. Any requested documents must be received by the Entry Clearance Officer at the address specified in the request within 28 calendar days of the date of the request.
  7. (l) If the Entry Clearance Officer is not satisfied with the genuineness of the application in relation to a points-scoring requirement in Appendix A, those points will not be awarded.
  8. (m) The Entry Clearance Officer may decide not to carry out the assessment in (f) or (i) if the application already falls for refusal on other grounds, but reserves the right to carry out this assessment in any reconsideration of the decision.
  9. (n) The applicant must, unless he provides a reasonable explanation, comply with any request made by the Entry Clearance Officer to attend for interview.
  10. (o) The applicant must be at least 16 years old.
  11. (p) Where the applicant is under 18 years of age, the application must be supported by the applicant’s parents or legal guardian or by one parent if that parent has sole legal responsibility for the child.
  12. (q) Where the applicant is under 18 years of age, the applicant’s parents or legal guardian, or one parent if that parent has sole legal responsibility for the child, must confirm that they consent to the arrangements for the applicant’s care in the UK.



 
Good News! Since the time of printing,the U.K Government have dropped the requirement to have £200,000 in a U.K Building Society or Bank. A dividends earning Shares investment in a U.K Company is enough,along with enough funds to live on for a period of 10 weeks. However the application will depend upon your resources being sufficient to sustain the applicant with the Shares investment dividend earnings taken into consideration.



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