In principle, if they are transferring the funds to your personal account in UK, from where you transfer the funds to your business account, it satisfies the requirement of the immigration rules. There is no direct condition that the funds you showed is the one you should invest.abuhf wrote: ↑Thu Feb 20, 2020 4:55 pmHi Marcnath,
Due to situation in India, it’s difficult to transfer funds so I’m asking my friends and family in Singapore and Dubai to transfer funds to me as a gift , is there any specific documents we need to get from them ( my friends and family who give gift )
My uncle is happy to gift me due to the present situation back in India, its difficult to transfer funds outside country
My uncle and my cousin has business in UAE and Singaore, and they are happy to transfer from his business account in UAE or Singapore to my savings account in UK
However, in some cases, HO has asked applicants about the source of funds and if they do that, you will end up having to do a lot of explaining. Clearly, as part of the application, you have submitted documents confirming that the money can be freely transferred to UK. I have not heard of any new rules in India that changes that, but if that is the case, be prepared to provide that evidence.
You, of course, may also be required to show evidence that you have maintained access to the funds you showed until the date it was invested in the business - that is a requirement under the immigration rules.