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Paragraph 1A of Appendix C to the Immigration Rules states as follows:
‘1A. In all cases where an applicant is required to obtain points under Appendix C, the applicant must meet the requirements listed below:The applicant must have the funds specified in the relevant part of Appendix C at the date of the application.’
‘1A. In all cases where an applicant is required to obtain points under Appendix C, the applicant must meet the requirements listed below:
The applicant must have the funds specified in the relevant part of Appendix C at the date of the application.’
The amount which must be shown (referred to as ‘sufficient level of funds’), and the time period over which it must be held, varies depending on the type of application being made. For Tier 1 (Entrepreneur) applications, for instance, the period is 90 d
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