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OTS Solicitors Unveils Opening of Dubai Office And Invites You To A Seminar On UK Business Visa Requ

April 2018

OTS Solicitors has experienced rapid success and growth over the last 12 months.  As part of our expansion, the partners are now proud to announce the opening of our Dubai office on 1st May 2018.

To celebrate the opening of the Dubai branch which will focus on the firm‚Äôs very high net-worth private client advisory business, OTS Partners, Mr Oshin Shahiean and Ms Teni Shahiean, along with Ms Saida Ahmed, Senior business immigration Advisor are hosting a seminar at the Hyatt Regency Dubai Creek Heights 14th April 2018.  The seminar is entitled ‚ÄúUK Business Visa Requirements - Helping foreign nationals and businesses enter and remain in the UK‚ÄĚ.  In addition, the partners and senior immigration advisor, Ms Saida Ahmed will be providing businesses and individuals interested in relocating to the UK the opportunity to talk about their ambitions further in 30-minute one-to-one sessions on Sunday, 15th April and Monday, 16th April 2016.

Working with Middle Eastern businesses, investors, entrepreneurs and highly-skilled workers coming to the UK

OTS Solicitors is a fully-regulated, highly-ranked Legal 500 law firm, situated in the heart of London‚Äôs West End.  Our multi-lingual, highly experienced immigration law solicitors provide the best legal advice to businesses, investors, entrepreneurs, and highly-skilled workers from all over the Middle East who wish to come to the UK.

Tier 1 Investor Visa

The Tier 1 Investor Visa allows for High-Net-Worth individuals who have ¬£2 million to invest in the UK to enter the country and apply for settlement.  Not only can we assist with obtaining a visa, but our team can also make introductions to banks, wealth managers, schools, and estate agents.  We also advise on acquiring Indefinite Leave to Remain and British Citizenship.

Tier 1 Entrepreneur Visa

For talented entrepreneurs with ¬£200,000 to invest in a start-up or existing business in which they will become a director, OTS Solicitors assist with ensuring the Genuine Entrepreneur test is met.  We can provide assistance with creating comprehensive business plans, advising on Home Office interviews and providing market research and local sector knowledge.

Tier 2 General Visa

We regularly advise and represent those applying for a Tier 2 General Visa on meeting the entry requirements, not only for applicants, but family members. 

Representative of an Overseas Business Visa

For organisations based in the Middle East who wish to send a representative to the UK to open a subsidiary office, our team advise on the process of obtaining a Representative of an Overseas Business Visa.  We help HR departments collate the required documents for the application for the representative and their family.

<> Local knowledge, professional service

Our office in Dubai provides an opportunity for those based in the region who wish to relocate to the UK, or open a subsidiary branch in the country, the chance to instruct highly-experienced, Legal 500 ranked immigration consultants to assist with their visa applications.  Our team are responsive, highly-intelligent, and have a deep understanding of what the UK Home Office requires to quickly approve visa and settlement applications.

We look forward to welcoming you to our seminar.

Title:  UK Business Visa Requirements - Helping foreign nationals and businesses enter and remain in the UK

Date: 14 April 2018 from 11 AM to 1 PM

Location: Hyatt Regency Dubai Creek Heights cl 20th Street Oud Metha Road, PO BOX: 5668, 5668, DUBAI, UAE.

One to one sessions

Oshin, Teni, and Saida will also provide 30-minute one to one sessions for guests who wish to discuss matters in more depth. These sessions will be held on the following dates:

Sunday, 15 April 2018 from 10 am to 6 pm*

Monday, 16 April 2018 from 10 am to 6 pm*

Guests wishing to take part in these sessions can contact Saida direct on the day or by email prior to the event.

E: saidaa@otssolictors.co.uk(link sends e-mail)

*subject to availability

 RSVP by Thursday, 12 April 2018:

Saida Ahmed                                                  

E: saidaa@otssolicitors.co.uk(link sends e-mail)

T: 0044 2079369960

OTS Solicitors is one of the most respected immigration law firms in London and is highly ranked in the Legal 500 for immigration and human rights.  By booking an appointment with one of our immigration solicitors, you can be assured of receiving some of the best legal advice available in the UK today. 

If you require immigration law advice, please phone our London office on 0207 936 9960.

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