UK Expansion Worker—entry clearance—email at beginning of process — 2022
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UK Expansion Worker—entry clearance—email at beginning of process

Dear [APPLICANT],

Your UK Expansion Worker entry clearance visa

We have been instructed by [SPONSOR] to assist you [and your dependants] with an application for entry clearance to the UK (a visa) under the Global Business Mobility (GBM)—UK Expansion Worker route. This route is for senior managers or specialist employees who are being temporarily assigned to the UK to set up a branch of an overseas business.

Eligibility

To be eligible for a UK Expansion Worker visa, you must be currently working for [SPONSOR] and [have worked with [SPONSOR] outside the UK for a cumulative 12-month period and earn at least £42,400 per annum and the relevant appropriate ‘going rate’ for your occupation code OR earn at least £73,900 per annum and the relevant appropriate ‘going rate’ for your occupation code and therefore be classified as a ‘high earner’ by the Home Office OR (for Japanese nationals establishing a branch/subsidary under the UK-Japan Comprehensive Economic Partnership Agreement) earn at least £42,400 per annum and the relevant appropriate ‘going rate’ for your occupation code in a role that is listed as eligible for the route in Tables 1 or 2 of Appendix Skilled Occupations of the Immigration Rules]

[[I understand that you have been employed by [SPONSOR] since [OVERSEAS EMPLOYMENT START DATE] in the role of [ROLE], which falls within [OCCUPATION CODE] and earn

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What does Entry Clearance mean?

The process of applying for prior immigration permission to enter the UK under the rules'>Immigration Rules. The application is made to a British-consulate or high commission abroad, usually in the applicant’s own country.

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