Writing a business invitation letter is a critical part to a business visit visa application. It provides information to the Home Office for the reason a person is intending to come to the UK. Unlike a standard visa for visit, business visas run higher risks of refusals.
When a business intends to conduct business activities in the UK, it would require to be sponsored for their visit to the UK. In some cases, exemptions would apply if you were applying on a permitted activity.
At ICS Legal with our experience of working with a number of commercial organisations, we realise the importance of getting things right the first-time round. Especially for businesses operating on an international level.
We work with several international and national business enterprises to help with their business visa applications. Our professionals understands that the business visa route is critical to ensure there are no disruptions to business operations.
Whether your employee is here to close deals, to negotiate contracts or conduct business services, it’s ever important to make sure the right information is provided to ensure the visa are approved.
Providing valuable business visa advice is what we do at ICS Legal. Our professionals help our clients become competitive in the global market. We do this by helping to limit risks through good advice so they can complete their business assignments.
Learn more on the business invitation letter
You will need to check if are exempted from supplying a business invitation letter. For the Home Office, they would expect someone applying under this route is being invited rather than coming to the UK on their own accord.
A business would need to be sponsored for their business visit to the UK. The business visa does not limit a person who is a sole proprietor. In doing so, the Home Office must understand the business relationship when this application is made. ICS Legal can advise whether the business activities would be permitted and provide an end-to-end solution to avoid disruptions to business relationship.
Writing your business invitation letter
All submissions made to the Home Office does not need to be in a particular format. It is more of the content of the letter that is important.
The letter must explain the purpose and information related to the business relationship. It must be clear in its dealings and no transactions can be undertaken in the UK.
How to buy ICS Legal invitation letter
Our application guidance and invitation letter for businesses are available to be purchased. Its quick and easy, ensuring that the letter musts the requirements of the business visit visa guidance.
Our interactive tool to complete the purchase can be found by clicking here.
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