Hi thanks for your response. I have already accessed the information from the home office website that you included in your response, thanks for the reminder.
Just to clarify a few points, though. I would be re-applying for a Business Visitor's visa, correct? Am I allowed to re-apply? Also I should submit a Cover Letter stating we used the word/title Intern incorrectly and that we were denied because we were told we applied for a wrong visa. (Meaning an Intern should apply for a Tier 5 visa). We should explain the individual is not an Intern therefore Tier 5 is not appropriate. Then we should also explain in the letter the individual's position with the company and the exact activities we plan to undertake that match the requirements under the Business Visitor's visa. Is this correct?
Would they have mentioned in the denial letter if the activities we proposed under-taking in the original visa application were not applicable to a Business Visitor's visa?
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