How to get permanent residence on an innovator visa (for 2019) 🇬🇧 ✅️

How to get permanent residents on an
innovative visa, that’s the subject of this video. I’m Tom Bradford I’m a lawyer
in the UK thanks very much for joining me again for another video on innovative
visas what we’re going to do is start with how you can get endorsed if you’re
interested in applying for an innovative visa in the UK I’d be very happy to
speak with you about that and your own potential other options so in this
diagram that I’m going to show you today we are going to cover all of the key
things that you need to bear in mind I’ll just show you the overall overall
diagram I’ve put this together with some effort but I’m doing this as a live
stream so you’ll just have to bear with me I can show you the rest of the of the
diagram. Now so we’re going to go over who can be endorsed let’s just go back a
bit more I’m going to cover all of the key provisions let’s just have a look
here there we are thanks for your patience so we’re going to look at the
innovative visa process who can be endorsed the application process how you
apply for permanent residents at the end of the process here that’s called
indefinite leave to remain and then we’re going to look at innovative teams
as well how you can apply an innovative team and what you need to do bear in
mind if you’re applying as an innovator team okay good so thanks for your
patience the benefit of having this is the live stream is if you have any
questions although you have to put up with my delays if you have any questions
you can put them in the live stream and I’ll answer them at the end of this live
stream so let’s go to the first point and the first one I wanted to make is
this when you’re thinking about applying for permanent residents at the end of
the process of course this will be an objective that you’re have in mind
you’ll have no and most of my clients have dual objectives number one they
want to secure residency number two they want to further
the commercial objectives of their business they may in some cases have
existing businesses or they’re starting new businesses in the UK as in under
this route one of the things you need to bear in mind is that you can’t invest in
an already trading company. Now let’s just have a look at how this is
expressed in the rules I’m just going to zoom out so the rules say who can be
endorsed and I won’t read all of all of this out but it says here the categories
are not designed to categories being the startup this and innovative visa they’re
not designed for people who are establishing a business that’s not
innovative fireball or scalable or joining an already trading business and
it says here the tier 2 skilled work route may be more appropriate and it
also says it’s not appropriate for those who are seeking to invest into an
already trading business and it says the tier 1 investor category may be more
appropriate so this is an important point if you can be a co-founder of a
business or you can be so founder of a business under this route but you can’t
invest into an already trading company. Now that’s already trading that doesn’t
exclude the possibility of incorporating first but there’s an important
distinction to bear in mind here under the startup visa route if you
incorporate first then you can potentially disqualify yourself under
the innovator visa route and this is that this is the point to bear in mind
if you’re if you’re starting your your business in the UK you can’t just be
investing into an already trading business but you can invest into a a new
co that has not begun trading so maybe the Evora incorporated in the UK and
you’re then seeking to build up the business under the and come here on a
permanent basis under the innovative visa route so in that case
if the company’s incorporated it’s not necessarily a problem
um it’s only if it’s been trading that you can’t be in a position where you’re
simply investing into a business so you can start your your own business as a
sole founder what you can’t do is like you used to be able to do under the tier
1 entrepreneur category is simply invest into an already trading company and be a
silent partner if you like it in in the business this this is a route for
founders not investors. Now the interesting thing about the guidance
here that I’ve just read out is did you see a reference that Tier one investor
category so if you have two million to invest then you can’t do this you can’t
invest into an already trading company of course what you would need to do and
this is obviously I’ve produced them other videos on this on this channel
about the tier one investor route what you need to do is do that via a
portfolio manager even if you had a specific company in mind that you’re
investing into so there are people under the Tier one investor who just invest
into and one company rather than having a portfolio many of my clients who’ve
come on under the tier 1 entrepreneur route will have vanilla type portfolios
that they’ll secure through a portfolio manager who will invest you know their
their money for them according to their risk profile into you know well-known
companies but in some cases you might have a specific investment target in
mind um you’d still need a portfolio manager
to do that to fulfill the the investment criteria in the evidential criteria for
Tier one investor. Now the other interesting references to the tier 1
skilled work category in terms of joining an already trading business. Now
again I’ve produced other videos on this on tier 2 to do this if the company
would need to have a license you might need to advertise depending on when your
what your role is and minimum salary levels to bear in mind
also it takes five years rather than rather than three years interesting
thing about the innovative visa route is it only takes three years. Now to do that
on the only other way of doing that is to do a Tier one investor application at
five million or to come in under the exceptional talent route for which the
threshold is pretty high so so bear that in mind most of my clients are using
this route the the innovative visa route to set up new entities of which they’re
basically the sole founder but bear in mind if you’ve got more than one person
in your team and entrepreneurial teams are permitted under this category
without limit but if you are doing it you’ve got to bear in mind you’ve got to
think about how are you going to satisfy the criteria for indefinite leave to
remain because as you’ll see shortly each person has to fulfill two criteria
and the more members you have in your team the more potentially challenging it
can be for you and you’ll see why in a moment so good so let’s see if we can go
back to the diagram so I’ve made made the point there the next point I want
wanted to make was in relation to the application process and I’m you know
I’ve got more and more insight into this as I as I do these these new these
routes they are still new obviously only introduced since I sent April but this
is the sort of time frame you you might be looking at so the first step is the
business plan let’s just see if I can zoom in on this bit of the diagram so the business plan my client will
often already have a business plan ready but it may be that it needs some work to
illustrate it’s actually what the innovation consists of and also what the
plan is if they’re going to be developing if they’re going to be
applying for a patent at some point and developing new technology and doing
research and development then that will need to be reflected if they’re not
going down the research and development route but instead it’s about they’re
going to qualify for permanent residents through actually employing people in the
UK then again that will need a plan around it because again as you’ll see in
a moment once you get to the point of applying for permanent residence you’ve
got to be endorsed or asked for an endorsement from your endorsing body
which confirms that you’ve met the criteria as expressed in your in your
endorsed business plan so the formulation of that original business
plan is extremely important because there’s got to be continuity and you can
understand why that’s the case when the Home Office’s perspective what they’re
looking for from a policy perspective under this route is people who are
adding value where they have a bit of business button they’re developing that
consistently over a three-year period not doing lots and lots of different
businesses necessarily although obviously those are there there are ways
of pivoting within within this route but really you want your original business
plan to have been implemented and the 50,000 invested which is one of the
criteria you want the 50,000 to have been invested actively in progressing
the business plan and actively spent in relation to that not in the form of a
directors loan for example so that so there’s the business plan then if we
just move along this diagram I’ll just see if I can zoom in a bit more so being endorsed I mean how long how
long does it take I mean really you could be endorsed you know within a
matter of of a week potentially depending on what you know
where you are with your with your business plan and your idea and
depending whether you’re applying for start-up visa or innovative visa but the
timeframe can be pretty short and then you’ll get your endorsement letter. Now
you’ll then be looking to apply and I and my team will prepare your
application for you or help you with that and the supporting documents and
you could expect to do that you know make the application within you
know within the second week that’s the second week of instructing me then in
terms of processing time it could be considered within a week although
there’s no published processing times yet once you’ve got the endorsement it
should be a relatively straightforward process under the innovative easy you’ve
got to demonstrate the access to fifty thousand and that Scott have been in
your account for three months under the main under the main brawl so there’ll be
the usual way of satisfying the criterion shown bank statements to
evidence that but in York you’ll get your entry clearance and you’ll come
into the UK to then pick up your resident permit. Now that needs to be
done within 30 days now in terms of the overall timeframe though if you are
instructing me but you want some time to play with as it were you want to control
the timeframe because you’ve got you’ve got commitments that you’re managing
that that is that is achievable because you’ve got three months to apply for the
visa from the point at which you get the endorsement letter and then you’ve got
30 days from the point you get your your vignette your entry clearance to then
pick up your biometric residence permit so we can basically flex the the time
tape recording according to on it your needs so that’s the the application
process let’s see if we can go on to the next bit of the diagram so this next
part of the diagram it is really important I’m just going to zoom in on
the key part of it so there’s a few ideas I want I’m trying to get across
here I just move down a tiny bit more right so this sets out the overall
the overall period so you’re looking at a five-year time frame it only takes
three years to qualify for permanent residents as I said here it’s called in
indefinite leave to remain and if we focus in on that bit within this period
and this is a question I get asked a lot yeah I would just zoom in there within
this period the question is how long do you need to be in the UK. Now you need to
spend all the time that you’re in the UK working on your business and the idea of
the visa route issues you work on the business exclusively if you need to be
abroad then in order to qualify for indefinite leave to remain as long as
you control your absences so that you’re no more than 180 days absent in any
twelve months within that three-year period then you can still qualify for
indefinite leave to remain so let’s just have a look at the actual provision so
I’ve cut that out here for you so continuous residence applicants for
settlement in the innovator category must have continually resided in the UK
for at least three years immediately prior to the application in determining
if an applicant meets the requirement for continuous residency you must be
satisfied that the applicant has not had combined absences from the UK in excess
of 180 days in any 12-month period so what you’re you just need to
carefully plan your residents accordingly and many of my clients will
abide by the nature of this category in their business will be required to
brought in fact as it it’s a requirement when you apply for the for the
innovative visa that you have the ability to access international market
so in other words you have an international business so I would be
surprising if people didn’t need to be abroad a lot during the period of this
visa and it’s it’s kind of expected that you they will be abroad but you’ve got
to manage your residents accordingly and so there doesn’t mean 180 days in 180
days out if you look at the language its references combined absences in any
12-month period so that that can be read as a sort of rolling 12 month period so
any 12-month period that you specify within that whether it’s from January to
January or April to April in any particular interval you need to make
sure that you have the combined absences in in that period do not exceed 180 days so that’s seamount again okay. Now here
we’re coming to the crux of the matter in fact before I move on let’s just have
a look at the indefinite leave to remain document me zoom in on that so this is
what it looks like if you apply for an innovative easy and you get unsettlement
you’ll get this card so settlement indefinite leave to remain biometric
residence permit once you’ve got that you can do and any kind of work in the
UK you’re not restricted to your business so many of my clients will have
of other businesses are on the go so they can switch back to those other
businesses. Now bear in mind that it you do not have to have what when
exclusivity is referenced and you need to get that idea that you can you can
only work on your UK business that does not exclude you from taking passive
income from elsewhere it prevents you from working on other businesses but if
you can switch your I’m perhaps an overseas business or another business
that you may have on to a passive basis and have it managed and draw passive
income from that there’s nothing objectionable about that under this
category and the idea though is that you’ve got you’ve got to work on your UK
business exclusively so you can’t you you can’t have your fingers in too many
pies you’ve got to be you’ve got to switch your other businesses on to a
passive silent partner basis if you like but that is the that is the card that’s
the biometric resonance card that you would get and one year after that
because you need one year free before applying for British citizenship so
that’s applying to naturalize as a British citizen you will then be able to
apply for that and apply for your British passport
so that can be done at EF at year five so that C melts again and go down to the
settlement criteria so what do you need to do in the in those three years
in order to get permanent residents I’m going to go first of all I’m going to
answer the question so there’s seven ways that you can do this and these are
the seven criteria and I’m going to explain what in my view are the other
best ones of the most straightforward ones for qualifying so let’s go through
this one by one so the this this quote begins a
settlement success criteria endorsing bodies must also confirm in their
endorsement letter that an applicant has achieved at least two of the following
at least 50,000 has been invested into the business and actively spent
furthering a business plan assessed in the applicants previous endorsement and
the previous endorsement will typically be the endorsement that you get if
you’re working with me and you’re you receive an endorsement from one of the
endorsing bodies that will be in respect of a business plan and you’ve got to
have invested the fifty thousand furthering that business plan so at
least fifty thousand has been invested and actively spent furthering the
business plan so in terms of my my insight into that is that’s distancing
itself this provision and and the associated legislative provisions in the
immigration rules its distancing itself from the tier 1 entrepreneur category in
which you could effectively have a directors loan so you you would you
would loan two hundred thousands into the business and then secure that back
at the end of period so you can understand why that
led to contrived situations or situations where people won’t be bored
some be going through the motions in relation to their business rather than
actually in the language of the the government actively spending their money
furthering the business plan but there’s an important point to bear in mind here
which is that the business plan has got to be solid got to be bulletproof at the
beginning when the endorsement letter is given then that kind of shuts you down a
bit or commits you heavily to to the investment of the fifty thousand in
respect of that business plan so that that’s really important and I think that
if you’re doing research and development are comments that in a moment then that
could fall that could properly form part of the 50,000 spend or all of it but
it’s only part of it and and so if you’re doing that then that R&D has got
to be outlined that vision for the R&D has got to be outlined in the original
business plan you can’t just park that for later so let’s go back to let’s go
to the next provision and zoom in a bit more so it says that this is this the second
criteria the number of businesses customers has at least doubled within
the most recent three years and is currently higher than the mean number of
customers for other UK businesses offering comparable main products or
services. Now I’m sorry but when this was drafted and there were there was no
consultation with the practitioners Association when they they drafted at
these provisions what they meant is is is pretty unclear. Now it’s these I do
have a solution around this which could satisfy the provision but the reason why
I would not go for this as your your chosen criterion for settlement is how
do you assess the mean number of customers for other UK businesses
offering comparable main products or services but that’s that’s going to be
quite an ask unless you’re in a super specific and niche. Now you may be a many
my clients are and we are capable of associate of of defining that to meet
the criteria but the reality is you only need to satisfy two of these and that’s
the key point and if you’re going to do so then I I think that’s there’s there’s
too much potential uncertainty or room for disagreement around that to for that
to be your main focus the next one is my chosen pathway which is the businesses
is engaged in significant research and development activity and has applied for
intellectual property protection in the UK so significant research and
development. Now there’s been some discussion as to whether this is talking
about applying for a trademark so brand protection essentially in respective you
your company your product or service or whether it’s talking about a patent in
respect of something you’ve developed Now my view
here is that it’s got to be a patent application because look Sofia a
significant research and development activity is not generally going to be
captured within with or fully protected by a trademark application by a mark so
you one way of reading in this is to look at it separately but I think you
know in other words you could divide off the research and development from the IP
protection and so the IP protections is only in respect of the brand but the
research and development stands alone but if that was the case they would have
actually put that as an independent criterion and they haven’t they’ve
combined the two and they need to be read together so this in my view refers
to a patent in for all of my clients cases we’ll be doing both applying for a
patent and applied for a trademark in cases where they are they are doing R&D
and all my clients are doing that so then let’s have a look at the next one I just seem out a bit the business is
generated a minimum annual revenue of 1 million in last full year covered by its
accounts. Now I’m happy to go for that if if that realistic can achievable and you
think you can reach a revenue of 1 million then there’s going to be
sufficient evidential legal certainty around that to to establish it not
everyone is going to be able to achieve that and you don’t need to generate
revenue within the three years you do not need to generate revenue within the
three years you need to make reasonable progress with your with your business
and there are many famous examples Facebook being one of them
Amazon in one of them of scalable companies which this visa route is
intended to facilitate not making revenue until several
several years later. Now you still have to make reasonable progress with your
business but that can take up other forms the next one the business is
generating a minimum annual revenue of five hundred thousand in the last full
year covered by its accounts with at least one hundred thousand from
exporting overseas that’s fine you know we we can do that and and improve it all
I’m saying is that these these propositions are provable if you if you
do if you are able to achieve these targets then you can establish the
criteria but when the the the mean average numbers of customers in your
sectors is referenced there’s not enough certainty there for me to be able to
recommend it as a target for my clients the next one the businesses generated
the equivalent of at least ten full-time jobs for restaurant workers. Now remember
under the tier 1 entrepreneur you only have to do two for 12 months this is ten
so the the threshold is much higher but the salary isn’t referenced. Now you
would need to hit the minimum salary if you are doing that but if you look at
the next provision that says the business is generated the equivalent of
at least five full-time jobs for resident workers which have an average
salary of at least 25,000 a year gross pay including as for excluding any
expenses so I mean the minimum wage is going to be less than that significantly
less than than that per annum but I think this is this is achievable as well
so the the only criterion which I would warn against aiming for is that the
number of your business customers is doubled and is higher than the mean
number of customers for other UK businesses offering comparable main
products or services in a vast majority of cases it will be not it would not be
appropriate to rely on that and plan for that throughout their
throughout the three years you want to go for one if the other two. Now which
which other two should you go for let’s have a look and my view is that in a
majority of cases obviously this will depend on your your business model your
history and background but in the majority of cases you will want to go
for being able to establish that you’ve invested your fifty thousand into your
business and you’ve actively spent it furthering your business plan as
assessed in the applicants in your previous endorsement and then that’s the
first one the second one is the intellectual property they’ve engaged in
significant R&D activity and you’ve applied for intellectual property in the
UK. Now the interesting thing here is that you only need to apply for it you
need to apply for a patent you do not need to have been granted your pattern
but all ordinarily does at least a year in a year lead in period before you
apply for a patent and once you apply for it there’s a long process it could
take another 12 or 18 months for example of securing your pattern so I think
that’s the reason why here they’ve only required that you apply for it and not
the you you get it because they recognized it in three years that might
that might not be achievable so that those are the two routes which will be
appropriate in many cases. Now the other point I wanted to make which are started
by referencing as this or do you do if you’re coming as an innovator team let’s
just have a look through these provisions together they say applicants
do not need to be the sole founders of their businesses whilst multiple
innovators in the same company can receive endorsements each applicant must
have been endorsed for achievements in their own right where there are multiple
innovators endorsed in the same category the settlement criteria relied upon must
have been multiplied by the number of innovators associated with the business
and then we have some examples and just to backtrack a minute and there are
different constellations of co-founders if you like one scenario is you already
have a co-founder or a team so I’m acting for two teams at the moment one
of one team of three and another entrepreneurial team of two that
that’s one constellation where you already have your code your co-founders
lined off another one is that you join a UK entrepreneur to be a co-founder. Now
remember what I said at the beginning you can’t you can’t join or invest into
an already trading company but you can become a co-founder with a UK
entrepreneur and invest in into the business you’ve got to be there at the
inception stage if the company’s being incorporated systems you’re going under
the innovative visa route that’s not a problem as long as it has not started
trading the optimal situation there would be where you map out your vision
with the UK entrepreneur and there are a number of you UK
entrepreneurs looking for investment one of the people I work with helps UK
entrepreneurs connect with foreign investors so if that’s something of
interest to you but I do touch base with me but if you’re effectively looking to
invest into a company then you will need to have a look at the visa roots that
the government in guidance referenced as I say at the beginning you need to think
about whether you’re going to go for innovator investor visa or tier-2 but I
just a highlight that there are there are different ways of starting on a
co-founder basis so let’s let’s see what you would actually then need to do the
applicants each using different success criteria so you remember I said you need
you need two of them I highlighted the ones that you need if you have a
co-founder so there’s two of you then you’re not going to need four so the
example here is that you created ten jobs for resident workers and you’ve
invested 50 thousands into the business business is generated 1 million and it’s
it’s done significant research and development so I think that’s a sensible
four to go to to go for and plan for as you’re rolling out your your business
under this visa route but bear in mind you do need for you’re going to need two
each so you may be in a situation where it might be more effective for you if
you’re going to be endorsed to separate out different elements of the business
depending on what your business is of course but if you’ve got several
projects to set them up independently otherwise you might be in a position
where you’re competing for the same criteria if only one person is going to
be able to benefit from the significant research and development and then the
application for patent right any one person is going to be able to benefit
from the creation of the ten jobs if your co-founders so you would need to
apply for 20 sorry you would need to apply on the basis that you had created
20 jobs so 10 for each founder and it may be straight more straightforward for
you just to just to establish separate entities assuming that you’re endorsing
body is happy with that and assuming that there is a sensual sensible and
division of labor and of function and just to highlight this point there’s
another example here which is that the three success criteria are met and one
has been doubled so an example the applicants can demonstrate that they
have at least 50,000 and the businesses generated 1 million so that covers one
one founder and then the business is engaged in significant R&D and created
20 jobs for resident workers and it says if you’ve identified settlement
applications from other team members in the same business and it’s not clear
from the endorsement letter that enough success criteria have been met to cover
all applicants you should check this with the endorsing body I mean that but
it goes without saying what I want to highlight is that you should think about
this from the very beginning of the process so you’re not you’re not
disappointed when it when it comes to year 3 so that’s that’s my bit done and
thanks for your patience it’s the first time I’m I’m trying this this diagram
way method of presentation if you like if you find this helpful please let me
know if you don’t find it helpful again let me know so I can change up but what
I want to do is present you with all the information in one diagram essentially
and talk you through it if you want a copy of this diagram which sets out all
of the key provisions just contact me on whatsapp on the number below and put
innovative visa in your message and I’ll message you and attach this diagram if
you want any help with the visa route let me know and I’d be delighted to
assist you. Now before we go I promise that I would have a look at at any
questions that have been put on this live stream and great I’m pleased to say
there have been questions let me just have a look at this so one of the questions is can I get
assessments on a sponsor visit visa so if you’re being if you’re being
sponsored then the the answer to that is yes if you’re being sponsored on a tear
to general work visa then your secure settlement after five years there is an
extension stage unlike with the innovative visa that we’ve been talking
about on this video if you are being sponsored for some other categories then
you may not get a settlement for example a a Tier two intra-company transfer visa
does not lead to settlement the innovative visa does and bear in mind
that the startup visa does not so if you apply for a start-up visa you get two
years and during that time you’ve got to switch to a settlement category if you
do want to settle you can’t extend it the most natural fit is usually going to
be switching to an innovative visa if you can get straight on to an innovative
visa then as far as I’m concerned you should if you meet the criteria you
should go straight for that why well I have another two years in the UK and
then switch I’m the only I think the only exception where someone does meet
the innovative visa criteria but is is if they want to do other things if they
want to work on other businesses under the startup visa they can work part-time
for the minority of the time on other things you ever you have a right to work
you’ve got to spend still spend the majority of your business your time on
your business but for the innovative is you’ve got to spend all of your time on
it exclusively and obviously you’ve heard my comments earlier about if
you’re leaving the UK incoming coming back in and that can be done and you can
take passive income from your from your other businesses or enterprises so
thanks very much for that question let’s see if there’s any other questions so one of the other questions is as a
student he talked about the challenges of getting a tier 2 visa and the 50000
routes is quite a lot for a student I mean I think there’s an important point
here to be made about this the startup visa and innovative visa you do need
50,000 for the innovative visa you don’t first startup visa so there’s no minimum
criteria and no minimum funding criteria for the startup visa but it’s really
important to bear in mind that there’s an overriding test of financial
viability so if you’re the person who’s funding the business you’re the only
person who’s funding your business and you don’t have 50,000 are you gonna be
able to establish a business in the UK I would suggest that in majority of cases
you will not be able to because I mean you tell me what kind of businesses can
you establish for 50000 over three year period you’re going to need
significantly more capital than that you’re going to need at least 50,000 if
I can put it if I can put it that way and ideally some form of passive income.
Now having said that there are there are exceptions if you do have something
that’s very compelling and you can start it on a you can begin it on a startup
visa you may be able to find funding from other sources I do work with a
fantastic partner who helps my client raise invest my clients raise investment
for their businesses in the UK and secure grant funding so touch base with
me if you want to talk about that what else is there to say about the start-up
visa there are universities who give endorsement so if you are graduate at
the moment it might be worth speaking with them but I’ve I’ve spoken with the
majority of the universities who are endorsing bodies and they basically say
there’s a very limited number of endorsements each years I’m talking low
single figures most of the time and the key point is most if not all of them can
endorse for an innovative visa and it’s not a route to settlement so if you can
switch onto an innovative visa straight away then that’s going to be better the
other thing is surely you need to think about it. Now not when you’re in this in
the second year of your startup visa because if you want to settle in the UK
and you’re switching from TIF for student visa ideally you’d want to be in
an incubator or accelerator and be with them for the two years on a startup visa
and then switch into an innovative visa rather than being in a university that
isn’t connected with any of the endorsing body incubators and then
you’ve got a problem later which is you’ve got a you’ve got to switch into
the incubator and you don’t know them they don’t know you so I’d suggest if
you’re if you’re a tier 4 student in you’re looking at this route touch base
with me contact me by email or what’s up we can talk about how you can
potentially be on a pathway with one of the incubator endorsing bodies or one of
the accelerators rather than I’m going through the university route
incidentally I’ve got a an interview with a successful entrepreneur applicant
coming up on the channel soon so look out for that if you want to subscribe
then and hit the notification build then you’ll get a notification and when I do
that that video let’s just see if there’s any other questions or whether
we’re done for. Now I think I’ve answered the two questions which were put there
is a third one’s right about the business plan so on the business plan yeah I mean ideally you want a very good
accountant I think to prepare your business plan more than a business plan
writer the the the core idea and the business plan needs to come from you if
you’re where I do assist clients is in the advisory stage and identifying is
there an innovative aspect of your existing business that can be used as a
basis for an innovative visa application or one of the other visa routes
this is only one there are others like so representative which might be
relevant for you so so that that’s an important point
other thing on the business plan is you’re going to need a slide deck which
is going to look something like an investor’s slide deck for pitching to
the incubators and accelerators most of them will expect to see that rather than
a dry black and white document you definitely need that dry black and white
document though with the IP plan for the three years really nailed down before
you get that endorsement and I’d be happy to advise you on the process and
on how you can you can secure the optimal business plan to meet the
criteria and give you the best chance of success in applying for endorsement
thank you very much for your time I’ve answered the live stream questions I’m
going to be doing more of these live streams if you do have any questions you
can also drop them to me in whatsapp or in the youtube comments below or you can
email me and if you what’s at me or email me I will respond within the day
and usually within within a few hours thanks so much for your time and bye for

3 thoughts on “How to get permanent residence on an innovator visa (for 2019) 🇬🇧 ✅️

  1. Tom, I must appreciate the way you Explained about Innovator Visa is JUST FANTASTIC. You are just great on YouTube.

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