Permitted paid engagements visitor

Permitted paid engagements visitor guidance:

The permitted paid engagements (also referred to as PPE) visitor category was incorporated into the Immigration Rules from 6 April 2012. Feedback from a range of sectors...

Practice Note

You have now been granted [entry clearance OR leave to enter the UK] until [insert date] as a permitted paid engagements (PPE) visitor. This information sheet confirms...

Precedents

[To be typed on original official letter–headed paper of inviting organisation] Address either to: [Chief Immigration Officer [insert port of entry] (non-visa nationals)...

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[To be typed on original official letter–headed paper of uk civil aviation authority-regulated organisation] Address either to: [Chief Immigration Officer [insert port of...

Precedents

[To be typed on original official letter–headed paper of uk organisation] Address either to: [Chief Immigration Officer [insert port of entry] (non-visa nationals) OR...

Precedents

[To be typed on original official letter–headed paper of client, if applicable] Address either to: [Chief Immigration Officer [insert port of entry] (non-visa nationals)...

Precedents

[To be typed on original official letter–headed paper of uk organisation] Address either to: [Chief Immigration Officer [insert port of entry] (non-visa nationals) OR...

Precedents

The grounds on which leave as a visitor can be cancelled or curtailed are contained within the Immigration Rules, Appendix V, Part V9. The grounds for cancellation and...

Practice Note

The Immigration Rules, Appendix V contains lists of activities which are specifically prohibited and those that are explicitly permitted for visitors. When assessing an...

Practice Note

The suitability requirements to be met by all visitors are set out in the Immigration Rules, Appendix V, Part V3. Appendix V is intended to be a free-standing appendix to...

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