Business Development Manager
If so, you could apply for Indefinite Leave to Remain or be granted UK residency or UK citizenship if your investment qualifies under the Home Office’s Tier 1 (Investor) Visa programme. To be considered for eligibility, investors must make a minimum investment over a set period of time.
Since the Tier 1 programme launched in 2008, Quilter Cheviot has led the market, working with clients and their immigration advisers to understand and navigate this complicated process.
We can work with you to build and manage your bespoke investment portfolio within the rules set by the Home Office. There are three ways to invest in order to be eligible for a Tier 1 (Investor) Visa:
Our main goal is to help you achieve Indefinite Leave to Remain (ILR) status through careful management of your investment account. At Quilter Cheviot, we have invested heavily in our systems to ensure your portfolio is managed in line with detailed Home Office requirements.
You will be appointed a dedicated Investment Manager who will ensure your personal investment goals are clear and a bespoke plan is built to achieve them. You will be able to speak directly to your Investment Manager, who will make investment decisions on your behalf.
With multiple Tier 1 specialists at our head office in London, we are ideally placed to provide you with a dedicated, personalised service.
In addition to Tier 1 services, we can help manage other monies whether they are held in the UK or outside the UK.
Come and see us so we can start working to get you closer to your personal financial goals.
We have received enquiries from clients regarding the Common Reporting Standards (CRS) relating to their Tier 1 (Investor) visa portfolio with Quilter Cheviot.
It has been notable that, ever since the minimum investment required for the Tier 1 (Investor) scheme was raised from £1 million to £2 million in November 2014, investor visa applications have dropped significantly.
Historically, UK Government bonds have been popular with investors who have applied for a Tier 1 (Investor) visa. This is due to the ‘top up’ requirement should investments fall below a minimum £750,000 under the previous £1 million Tier 1 (Investor) visa scheme.