Business Applications Under The Turkish Eu Association Agreement

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(4) are not rejected under the Gen­eral Grounds for Refusal (GGfR). (a) the via­bility and cred­i­bility of the origin of the money used for the cre­ation or invest­ment in the under­taking or under­taking; and (d) the cred­i­bility of the applicant‘s intended busi­ness activ­i­ties in the United Kingdom; and the Euro­pean Com­mu­nity Asso­ci­a­tion Agree­ment (ECAA) with Turkey, known as the Ankara Agree­ment, allows Turkish nationals to enter the UK and estab­lish them­selves as inde­pen­dent entre­pre­neurs or as workers in a com­pany in the UK. If the appli­cant comes to the UK with someone who has valid per­mis­sion to remain a Turkish busi­nessman from the ECAA or with a person who at the same time obtains an entry permit as a Turkish busi­nessman from the ECAA, they must be either as fol­lows: there are also pro­vi­sions under the rules applic­able to depen­dent part­ners who obtain an addi­tional res­i­dence permit and to obtain an agree­ment. To settle, the depen­dent partner must have lived with his partner for 5 years without inter­rup­tion, while the partner was an ECAA worker or a busi­nessman or had a leave according to another cat­e­gory of rules. Other rela­tion­ships, Eng­lish lan­guage, knowl­edge of life in the UK, gen­eral grounds for refusal and absence require­ments apply. As stated in a state­ment pub­lished on the offi­cial web­site of the British gov­ern­ment, there is no inten­tion to denounce all the agree­ments, including the “Agree­ment on the Euro­pean Eco­nomic Area and the Agree­ment on Freedom of Pas­senger Trans­port between the Euro­pean Union and Switzer­land and the Ankara Agree­ment”. ECAA 4.1 To meet the ECAA require­ment for busi­nessmen, the appli­cant must meet all of the fol­lowing require­ments: Turkish busi­nessmen who rely on the Ankara agree­ment also have flex­i­bility as to what a com­pany can do…


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