The value of the UK’s visa business rose to a new record in August as investors and foreign officials alike flocked to the country for the first time since the Brexit vote, according to the British Chamber of Commerce.

The index of UK-listed companies rose to 3,837.7, from 3,773.7 in July, according the latest figures from the UK Department for International Trade (DfT).

It was the biggest rise in a month and the biggest increase in a three-month period since January 2016.

Its rise in the index of the company’s share price compared with July was largely due to the Brexit uncertainty.

The number of people applying for a UK visa increased by 2,876 to 9,719 in August.

It was followed by the number of applications from outside the UK for a visa.

The increase was mainly due to a fall in applications from non-EU countries, as well as the rise in those coming from overseas.

A total of 14,908 people applied for a non-UK visa, down from 18,000 the previous month.

The UK’s largest employer, the US, saw a 7.9% drop in applications for a year to July, while British banks saw their stock price fall to a record low of $9.10.

The latest figures show a sharp drop in the number coming from outside Britain.

Of the 2,977 new visa applications received in August, 1,079 were from non UK countries.

There were 1,062 from outside Europe, including from Brazil, which has not had a visa-free regime since 2015.

The DfT has also announced that a number of other countries, including France and Germany, have also seen visa applications fall. 

The DFT has said it will make a further announcement in due course.

The index is the largest gauge of the financial and tourism industries, with companies such as the London Stock Exchange, the London Taxi Drivers Association and the British Museum of Modern Art reporting increases in their market value.

The British Chamber has urged companies to keep a closer eye on the number and type of people seeking visas in the future.

It has urged businesses to ensure that their visa applications are accurate, and to ensure they do not take a visa from someone who is likely to be in a different country. 

This is the third consecutive month in which the DfG has seen an increase in the market value of companies applying for visas, with the number rose by 7.5% last month.

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