We are often asked questions about the representative visa route. We have put together a series of questions that are commonly asked by our clients.
No. UK earnings are only subjected to UK Tax regime.
It is difficult to answer this question accurately, but is likely to be in the region of £9,000 or more.
Cost depends on the size of your business, office size etc.
Our fees are likely to be approximately £6,000+VAT. There are various disbursements including £610 Home Office Fee and £1200 IHS Fee.
It would be fine so long as your salary is reflected by your bank accounts.
A business plan is a forecast of projected business operations including investment. However, markets change and may mean that you require more investment or less investment in the UK office.
In the initial stages, the company needs to establish itself and therefore requires investment.
The turnover is considered not the current balance. The company needs to be well established overseas and prove that the Head Office can handle the expenses of the UK office when required. However, there is no minimum balance.
The company pays corporation tax, at the following rates:
Small profits rate
(companies with profits under £300,000)
(companies with profits over £300,000)
It depends upon the company’s expenditure such as cost for rental premises, employees, computes and technology , stationery, company vehicles etc.
Refusal could be anything from poor governance to the experience of the company.
Remember that the majority shareholder cannot be the sole representative of the UK office.