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It is possible for two applicants to apply each for entrepreneurs visas on the basis of access two one amount of £200, 000.00 provided they both have access to the money Each applicant can bring their depedents, which includes their spouses and children under 18:-
They must meet the maintenance requirements and you will see the specific requirements laid out on this page:-
But, yes,in summary you can bring your family.
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What I mean is two families with one investment of 200,000 and with one application.
OK, Two application correct but what about one investment of 200,000 for both families?
Is it correct that two families can do this with only 200,000 ? If yes, who would be the sponsor/main applicant?
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