Please can you clarify what you mean. Do you mean that you are on a PSW which expires on 15th May 2010 and now want to further your studies and want to apply for a student visa? Or do you want to work?
i got psw visa,
i registered as a self employes,and i got buisness (retail,newsagent).
my visa is going to finish on 15th of May,
i was student visa before then i extend psw on post graduation,
so can u sugest me what can i do now to extend my visa,
i want to run my buisness further,
i waiting for ur reply,
You should apply for a tier 1 enterprener visa. The entrepreneur category is for those investing in the United Kingdom by setting up or taking over, and being actively involved in the running of, one or more businesses in the United Kingdom.
You can apply under the entrepreneur category now if you are:1)in the United Kingdom and want to make an initial application as an entrepreneur; 2already in the United Kingdom as an entrepreneur and want to extend your permission to stay within your existing category; 3)already in the United Kingdom as a business person or innovator and want to extend your permission to stay in the entrepreneur category;
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how much investment is required for enterpreneur tire 1.i m running a shop on management.that means i am rent holder.and i m thinking to do lease for shop.how much time they take for tire 1.
The UKBA rules do not state how much investment you must have. The time a tier 1 application will take all depends on the strength of your documents and the discretion of the home office.
hi can u give me ur contact no ,i want make an appoinment,
thanks for ur reply,
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