The UK is one of the best places in the world to launch and grow a digital business. Whether you are a tech entrepreneur seeking to launch a digital startup in the UK or an existing tech business wishing to hire top talent, our UK immigration barristers are well versed in all the immigration routes available to the digital sector.

To download our guide to immigration routes for tech startups and digital talent as a PDF please click on the link below:

Our specialist immigration barristers work closely with tech entrepreneurs and digital startups to ensure that their immigration requirements are met. Providing a completely outsourced immigration service, our immigration barristers design immigration solutions that ensure that entrepreneurs can launch their digital businesses in the UK and recruit the talent that they need, in full compliance with UK immigration law.

The main immigration routes available to tech startups and digital workers are:

  • Visit (Standard) - Business visa
  • Representative of Overseas Business visa;
  • Tier 1 Exceptional Talent visa;
  • Tier 1 Entrepreneur visa;
  • Tier 1 Graduate Entrepreneur visa;
  • Tier 2 General visa;
  • Tier 2 Intra-company transfer (ICT) visa;
  • Tier 5 Youth Mobility Scheme (YMS) visa.

Applying for a UK Visa as a Digital Start-Up or Tech Entrepreneur

For expert advice and assistance with applying for a UK visa as a digital startup or tech entrepreneur, please contact our business immigration barristers & lawyers on 0203 617 9173 or e-mail info@richmondchambers.com.

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