Downing Street is attracting more investors into its country through the Super Priority Visa. As the title suggests the Super Priority Visa is a fast track visa service for those willing to shell out extra to visit UK in a jiffy. Business people who have the urgent need to travel to UK can now do so via the 24 hour visa service. Indians and Chinese business people are already reaping its benefits. Cameron hopes to rope in more countries in the ambit of this scheme.
The UK PM who is now attending the G20 summit in Australia is likely to talk to investors, wealthy travelers and CEO’s of 30 other countries on this proposal. The Super Priority Visa is a dynamic vision on the part of the UK Govt., to rope in more investors into supporting its businesses and build a stronger, competitive future.
India is a key trading partner of UK. Keeping that in mind the super priority visa was launched by the British PM on 14th May 2013, in Mumbai and Delhi. Now the same is likely to be rolled out to G20 member countries such as South Africa, Turkey, Phillipines, Thailand, UAE and others in the list of seven countries, by April 2015.
The salient points of the 24 hours visa service are:
The other improvements to the UK expanding visa service includes extending the 3 to 5 day services to 100 other countries, upgrading the existing visa application centers, extending the working hours of visa application centers all over the world and increasing the locations of visa services to many other countries.
News Source: gov.uk
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