wehave access tofunds to the extent of about 3mUk pounds for investment .
What does "demonstration' mean?
Is this your money?
"Demonstrate" means 'show' - are you able to show that this money is available to you by documentary evidence.
The visa option open to you in this regard is for a Tier 1 (Investor) Visa. You need to score 75 points in this category in order to be eligible to apply, you will attain these points:-
If you meet the above and are able to demonstrate it with documentary evidence of the proof of funds, your identity etc. then you would be eligible to apply for a visa in this category. You would have to apply using Form VAF9 directly to the British Embassy in Singapore. It would best for you to instruct a UK immigration solicitor to prepare your application for you to give you the best possible chance of approval without the need to appeal.
You will be granted a visa for three years initially. You can extend this. Once you have been in the UK for a period of 5 years on this visa you will be eligible to apply for indefinite leave to remain in the UK and provided you meet the residence criteria, naturalisation as a UK citizen 12 months after that.
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