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A Route to Live in the UK
Ireland Employer Permit Plan

A bespoke plan leading to:
Freedom to live and work in the United Kingdom
Freedom to live and work in the European Union

How the plan works

Visa Kings Global is part of Canfields Law which has several years’ experience in setting up and supporting active trading companies, providing Directors, offices and other corporate mentoring services. Using that experience Canfields Law will set up a genuine active trading companies that reflect the skills of the non-EEA nationals seeking residence and citizenship in Ireland.

Forming a company

Working with their Irish law partners, Canfields Law will incorporate an Irish company with qualifying Directors. The applicant will need the relevant qualifications, skills and experience required and must play an active role as a key member of company. Complying with the requirements will ensure that after just two years the applicant will be permitted to work without the need for any employment permit, and without minimum salary levels. At this point you will also be able to establish a business or be self-employed.

Irish citizenship

After five years the applicant can apply for Irish citizenship and if successful, gain the right to live and work in the EU or the UK without restriction.

This advantage of being able to live freely within the United Kingdom follows from the UK and Ireland being part of the Common Trade Area, established almost 100 years ago. By comparison to the now-abolished UK Tier 1 (Entrepreneur) visa, this route offers an attractive alternative.

Spouses and dependent children up to the age of 23 can be admitted as well. Spouses should be able to work in Ireland without the need for an employment permit.

Why start up a business in Ireland?

  • Probably the most open economy in the developed world
  • Nearly 1,000 global companies have made Ireland the hub of their European networks
  • Overseas business and entrepreneurs from abroad find a welcome in Ireland
  • Young, highly-educated workforce in a dynamic knowledge-based economy
  • Attractive tax regime
  • Common language and culture with the United Kingdom
  • No interview or language tests
  • Excellent schools and health facilities?
  • Spouses and dependants up to 23 years old accepted and able to work
  • Listed in Forbes 2019 “Best Countries for Business”

First-class service from
our international team

Be confident that you are in good hands with an experienced team of immigration lawyers and business specialists around the world.

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Visa Kings Global's clients benefit from the extensive experience of Canfields Law, a Lexcel accredited, London law practice regulated by the Solicitors Regulation Authority.

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Concierge Services

What is too often forgotten is that getting your visa is not the end of the matter.

There is a lot of extra help you may need in getting settled. Very few immigration advisors will offer these services…

We do.

Our concierge services include

  • Assistance in registration with the police and meeting their requirements
  • Obtaining the biometric residence permit (BRP)
  • Applying for a National Insurance number
  • Explaining the position on filing a tax return
  • Registration with a medical practitioner
  • How to open a bank account
  • How to rent or buy a property
  • How to sort out a driving licence
  • Dealing with school admissions