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EEA Permanent Residence

Fast and reliable EEA Permanent Residence Service

EEA Blue Card UK Residence Documentation for a National of an EEA State

EEA PR applications from EEA nationals are currently taking between 4 to 6 weeks from the day of filing.

We offer an express and reliable service which includes:

– checking you qualify under the EEA rules;
– checking that you have completed the form correctly;
– checking you have included the necessary supporting documents;
– drafting your personal statement as well as a covering letter highlighting when you are deemed to have obtain permanent residence in the UK;  and
– ensuring your application is valid.

As part of our service, we will address issues such as criminal records, prolonged and / or unpaid absences, maintenance, self-employment, missing documents, any discrepancies, etc.

Our fees for this service varies between £550 and £750.

This service is available by formal instruction only.

For further information please do not hesitate to contact us.

Additional Tax questionnaire for Tier 1 Self-Employed ILR applications

March 2016 – Tier 1 G applicants applying for settlement through the Premium Service Centre (previously known as Public Enquiry Office or PEO) may be required to complete an additional form when attending the Centre. Based on our clients’ personal experience, the additional form/questionnaire is issued mainly to self-employed applicants. It is interesting to note that not all self-employed applicants are requested to complete the said questionnaire. The questionnaire is likely to be requested when the Home Office has noted a discrepancy between the amount of tax declared on the applicant’s SA and the amount of earnings declared when first applying or later extending under the Tier 1 G scheme. We find that when an applicant is required to complete the additional questionnaire the application is often referred for further checks.

Home Office Tier 1 SET (O) application tax questionnaire:

The questions asked on the form are as follows:
– 1 During your residence in the UK, have you worked in a self-employed capacity and been registered as self-employed or worked as the director or share-holder of a limited company?
– 2 What is/was the nature of your business as a self-employed person – select between sole trader/contractor/Limited company director or shareholder/ other?
– 3 Please confirm the financial years in which you were registered as self-employed in the UK?
– 4 For the financial years in which you have been registered as self-employed in the UK, please confirm the financial years for which a self-assessment tax return was submitted to the HMRC by you on on your behalf?
– 5 Please specify the type/nature /field of business you engaged in to generate income?
– 6 Did you use an accountant to assist in submitting your self-assessment tax return(s) to HMRC?
– 7 What is the name of the accountant you used?
– 8 Please confirm the type of documents that were used in order for yourself or your accountant to prepare your self-assessment tax returns? invoices/bank statements/ dividend vouchers/ payslips / other
– 9 Are you satisfied that the self-assessment tax returns submitted to HMRC accurately reflected your self-employed income?

Discrepancies between the amount declared to the HMRC and the amount declared to the UKVI are likely to result in an application being rejected on ground of deception.

Future applications for entry clearance or leave to remain is likely to be refused under 320(7b) immigration rules following a refusal on the ground of deception. The ban, which lasts for 10 years, does not apply to family application.

For further information or a copy of the entire questionnaire please contact us.