Thank you very much for your swift reply.
Temporary entry can be permitted for a lawyer providing advocacy but in terms of establishing a permanent business in the UK the options can be limited. Is she a majority shareholder in the Canadian law practice? If not then a Sole Representative visa might be suitable for establishing a UK branch of an overseas business
She is a majority of the shareholder of her current business. But she has done substantial amount of legal work for an Law Firm for the last 2 years. This law firm may be interested her to represent their company in the UK.
Is she looking to simply practice on her own or is she looking to build a business in the UK?
Both works for her: she is open for the both options. Were any of her grandparents British Citizens?
NO. None of the grandparent is British citizen. She has 25k to start her business What level of funds would she have available to start her business?
She has 25k to start her business.
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