The following Immigration precedent provides comprehensive and up to date legal information covering:
[To be typed on original official letter–headed paper of uk business]
[Address either to: Chief Immigration Officer [insert port of entry] (non-visa nationals) or Entry Clearance Officer [insert entry clearance post] (visa nationals).]
Dear [insert organisation name]
[Insert full name, date of birth and nationality of business visitor as they appear in their passport]
Request for entry to the UK for a business visit
This letter is provided to support the request of the above-named for permission to enter the UK under the visitor (standard) category for a period of [insert number of days/weeks/months].
[Insert title and last name of applicant] will be staying at [insert full address including hotel name if applicable]. The cost of accommodation and subsistence expenses will be borne by [this company OR [insert name/name of the overseas company] OR [
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