Get in touch with us for a wide range of immigration services, including: all types of visas, citizenship and asylum applications.
An application for entry clearance is an application made overseas for a UK visa. Such applications are processed through a Visa Processing centre with decisions made by UK officials.
|Visitor||£400 + VAT|
|Fiancée||£750 – £1000 + VAT|
|Spouse||£750 – £1000 + VAT|
|Family Reunion||£600 + VAT|
|European Spouse or Family||£800 + VAT|
A file transfer request can be made to previous representatives or a copy of all Home Office documents about an applicant can be obtained by was of a “subject access” application to enable initial advice to be provided. A spouse or partner visa will be for limited leave to remain but is extendable.
|File transfer/Subject Access Request||£200 + VAT|
|Spouse/unmarried partner||£750 + VAT|
|Application to extend Leave to Remain
|£750 + VAT|
There are various way in which it is possible to obtain indefinite leave to remain (settlement) in the UK meaning that there is no time limit on a the applicant’s stay in the UK. In some circumstances, such applications can be quite complex.
|Spouse||£1000 + VAT|
|10 year legal long stay||£1200 + VAT|
|Other||£1200 + VAT|
Limited leave to remain can be granted for many reasons. Once granted an applicant would need to apply for further leave or indefinite leave to remain if appropriate before their existing visa runs out.
|20 year long residence||£1600 + VAT|
|Child 7 year (depending on number of applicants)||£800 – £900 + VAT|
|Other||£1200 + VAT|
Where an applicant is not British by birth, it is possible for apply for British citizenship if the necessary requirements are met. The rules can be quite complex depending on the type of application but citizenship can be granted by way of an application for naturalisation or registration.
|Adult naturalisation (depending on complication of travel)||£750 + VAT|
|Child registration (additional child £150 + VAT)||£350 + VAT per child|
|Passport applications||£100 each + VAT|
Asylum/protection can be applied for where an applicant fears returning to his or her country of nationality. It is a complicated and drawn-out process which sometimes involves the need to appeal in the Tribunal system.
|Up to Screening Interview||£500 + VAT|
|Up to decision||£1000 + VAT|
|Refusal and grounds||£200 + VAT|
|Appeal to First Tier Tribunal||£1500 + VAT|
|Permission to First Tier Tribunal||£350 + VAT|
|Permission to Upper Tribunal
(concession applied if existing client)
|£350 + VAT|
|Permission hearing with no directions||£500 + VAT|
|Permission hearing with directions||£750 + VAT|
|Permission to Court of Appeal||£500 + VAT|
|Hearing at Court of Appeal||£1500 + VAT|
In cases where the Home Office does refuses an application without a right of appeal, it may be possible to make an application for judicial review. Such an application needs to be made promptly and in any event within 3 months and will be considered by either the Upper Tribunal of the Administrative Court.
|Paper application (1st stage)||£1500 + VAT|
|Oral renewal||£750 + VAT|
|Hearing||£750 + VAT|
|Substantial trial stage
(excluding solicitor’s court attendance)
|£1500 + VAT|
|£1000 + VAT|
In situations where the Home Office proposes to remove a person from the UK and there are strong reasons why that should not happen, it may be possible to ask the Upper Tribunal or Administrative Court to “stay” (stop) the removal. If an application for judicial review had not already been made, such an application would need to be submitted immediately after the grant of the injunction.
|£1500 + VAT|
People who are detained under immigration powers may make application for bail to the Secretary of State (the Home Office) or in the Tribunal system. If made to the Home Office, a bail application will be written in nature only but if made to the Tribunal a hearing will be arranged.
|£150 + VAT|
This is a one-off service whereby, where a person needs a formally sworn statement of some fact or facts, that can be drafted with the signature witnessed (by a solicitor from another firm). This can be useful in situations where, for example, a document needed for an application or legal procedure, whether related to immigration or not, arranged.
|£150 + VAT|
Some clients prefer to prepare their applications and supporting documents themselves. The document checking service is when a solicitor is used to check through the application form and documents to ensure that they are in order.
Disbursements will, in general, be settled by ourselves on your behalf.
Please note that court and Home Office fees are usually increased on an annual basis.
VAT, currently charged at 20%, does not apply in all cases; it generally applies to clients who have or have had leave to remain in the UK.
If in immigration application is not listed above, then please contact us and we will discuss your requirements and advise on fees.
Our immigration services are based on Fixed Rates. You will know about all costs upfront, so there are no surprises.
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