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Where the letter of endorsement from an endorsing body for an innovator in the new business category confirms that they have verified that £50,000 funds are available, is it correct that no further evidence of the funds are required to be sent with the application (ie none of the documents listed in para W6.5 namely, declarations etc)? The innovator application form seems to ask an individual to submit personal bank statements if the letter from the endorsement body does not state that the endorsing body is providing the funds. Also, where an endorsing body has verified the funds availability, is it correct that there is no requirement for them to have been held for 90 days?

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Produced in partnership with Jocelyn Howorth of Immigration Joss
Published on LexisPSL on 12/10/2020

The following Immigration Q&A produced in partnership with Jocelyn Howorth of Immigration Joss provides comprehensive and up to date legal information covering:

  • Where the letter of endorsement from an endorsing body for an innovator in the new business category confirms that they have verified that £50,000 funds are available, is it correct that no further evidence of the funds are required to be sent with the application (ie none of the documents listed in para W6.5 namely, declarations etc)? The innovator application form seems to ask an individual to submit personal bank statements if the letter from the endorsement body does not state that the endorsing body is providing the funds. Also, where an endorsing body has verified the funds availability, is it correct that there is no requirement for them to have been held for 90 days?

Where the letter of endorsement from an endorsing body for an innovator in the new business category confirms that they have verified that £50,000 funds are available, is it correct that no further evidence of the funds are required to be sent with the application (ie none of the documents listed in para W6.5 namely, declarations etc)? The innovator application form seems to ask an individual to submit personal bank statements if the letter from the endorsement body does not state that the endorsing body is providing the funds. Also, where an endorsing body has verified the funds availability, is it correct that there is no requirement for them to have been held for 90 days?

The Immigration Rules at Appendix W provide the framework for the innovator category. W6.1 covers the endorsement and states that an endorsement letter must be provided by the

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