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CONTRACT SEAMEN

Contract seamen employed on fishing vessels operating in UK territorial waters are affected by UK immigration law, and describes how they can apply to the Home Office for permission to enter or stay and in the UK.


Employment within UK territorial waters (within the 12-mile limit) is subject to immigration control. If you are a national of a country outside the European Economic Area (EEA) and Switzerland, and you want to work on fishing vessels that operate to any extent within UK territorial waters, you require permission to do this from the Home Office.


The crewing policy of EEA-flagged or wholly EEA-owned fishing vessels is a matter for the EEA member state. Non-EEA crews of such vessels do not require the Home Office authorisation for employment, but they do remain subject to immigration control in all other respects.


With effect from 1 September 2011, the Minister for Immigration has authorised an extension to the temporary concession, exceptionally and outside the Immigration Rules, to allow a limited number of non-EEA crew to be employed (subject to strict criteria) on fishing vessels operating in UK territorial waters.


DOMESTIC WORKERS IN PRIVATE HOUSEHOLDS

The rules for domestic workers changed on 6 April 2012.

The 'domestic worker in a private household' category allows overseas employers to bring their domestic workers with them when they visit the UK for up to 6 months. To come here as a domestic worker, you must be an established member of your employer's staff - you must have worked for your employer for at least a year before you apply for a visa.


Domestic workers include cleaners, chauffeurs, cooks, those providing personal care for the employer or a member of the employer's family, and nannies. You must work in your employer's household in the UK.


PROSPECTIVE ENTREPRENEUR

To come to the UK as a prospective entrepreneur, your primary intention must be to secure funding so that you can join, set up or take over, and be actively involved in the running of, a business in the UK.

You must be able to show that 1 or more of the following organisations are supporting your application and are considering funding your proposed business:


You must intend to carry out 1 of the following activities during your visit:


SOLE REPRESENTATIVES OF OVERSEAS FIRM

A sole representative does not need to obtain a certificate of sponsorship to be an 'representative of an overseas business'.


You may be able to enter the UK under this immigration route if you are:

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