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Hi, will your wife or daughter be investing in your company?
no, they will not
Hi, so what will they be receiving a dividend for?
A dividend is normally paid to shareholders in return for an ownership or investment in a company.
Therefore, your wife will either have to invest in the company or take on an active role which would be in contravention of her tier 1 visa.
With regards XXXXX XXXXX daughter, she would be able to receive a dividend.
If you wish to discuss, please feel free to ask further questions. Kind regards
they will pay 1 pound each for shares and after will receive dividends, around 20.000-40.000 pounds, only me will work for this Ltd company
OK. So they will be making an investment, which would be fine.
Therefore, you would be able to pay them a dividend.
In return for their nominal investment
Thank you for your answer, please could you send the extraction from the immigration law; where we can find the information that having Itrepreneur visa Tier 1 my wife can make the nominal investment and receive dividends.
Best regards, S.Leonov
Hi, it is not in the immigration rules and thus,if it is not in the rules it is permitted. What is in the rules is that your wife is not able to work for any other company other than her own company. It makes no reference of investment in another business.
An investment would result in the payment of a dividend. Provided she does not work in your company in any capacity whatsoever, she will be permitted to invest her income however she wishes.
I hope this helps.
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