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Fees: Immigration

PRICING INFORMATION- IMMIGRATION
In accordance with the Solicitors Regulation Authority’s Transparency Rules, we have set out below our average fees for assisting you with the listed immigration matters. The fees apply where there are no complex issue arising. Do contact us for a tailored quote.
Legal Fees
IMMIGRATION MATTER
COST £
ENTRY CLEARANCE SETTLEMENT
£2,200- £2,500
ENTRY CLEARANCE VISIT
£950 – £1,500
TIER 1/TIER 2
£2,200- £2,500
HUMAN RIGHTS APPLICATION
£2,200- £2,500
MARRIAGE & CIVIL PARTNER APPLICATION
£2,200- £2,500
TIER 4 STUDENT APPLICATION
£1,800 – £2,200
STUDENT EXTENSION
£950 – £1,500
APPLICATION FOR BIOMETRIC CARD
£650 – £800
EXPRESS FEES
£250 – £600
EEA – APPLICATION
£1,800 – £2,200
NATURALISATION
£950 – £1,500
BAIL APPLICATION
£1,800 – £2,200
LODGING APPEALS
£950 – £1,500
APPEAL HEARING [ORAL]
£2,200 – £2,500
APPEAL TO FIRST TIER/UPPER TRIBUNAL
£2,200- £3,000
APPEAL HEARING [PAPER]
£1,000 – £1,500
LONG RESIDENCE APPLICATION (20 YEARS)
£2,200 – £2,500
APPLICATION FOR INDEFINITE LEAVE TO REMAIN
£2,200- £2,500
APPLICATION FOR BRITISH PASSPORT
£600- £800.00
REGISTRATION AS A BRITISH CHILD
£1,200 – £1,500
HOME OFFICE CHASE UP / COMPLAINT
£750 – £1,000
FURTHER REPRESENTATION
£500 – £900
DETENTION
£1,800 – £2,000
COUNSEL’S OPINION
£750 – £1,000
JUDICIAL REVIEW – STAGE 1
£1,600 – £2,000
ASYLUM
For asylum matters, please contact us for a tailored quote.
DISBURSEMENTS FEES
In addition to the above, there are disbursements fees. The relevant disbursement fees will depend on the application or work being carried out on a case. We shall provide you with full details of the disbursements fees you are to pay in our client care letter. Disbursements are fees paid to third parties on your behalf, they are not our charges. See table below for list of disbursements. Do note that this is not an exhaustive list and the fees will not apply to every case.
DISBURSEMENTS FEES LIST
Home Office Applications
Cost £
Home Office Fee
TBC
Immigration Health Surcharge
TBC
Biometric Fee
TBC
Postage Fees
TBC
Immigration Appeals at the Tribunal
Appeal Fee
TBC
Counsel’s Fee
TBC
Postage Fees
TBC
Entry Clearance Applications
UK Visa and Immigration Fee
TBC
Fee for Medical Tests
TBC
Biometric Fee
TBC
Other Fees
Travel and Meeting expenses
TBC
Translator’s Fee
TBC
Court Fees
TBC
*TBC: To be confirmed
VALUE ADDED TAX (VAT)
The fees quoted above are exclusive of VAT. We are required to charge VAT at the current rate of 20% in addition to the legal fees quoted. However, we do not charge VAT for certain immigration matters (which includes: application for a person without leave to remain in the UK, application for visitors and application for entry clearance from abroad). We will notify you from the outset whether or not you will be required to pay VAT.
SCOPE OF SERVICES FOR FEES QUOTED
Depending on the immigration matter, our work will generally include the following:
 Taking your instructions, advising you and requesting for relevant supporting documents
 Preparation of application
 Sending you draft documentation to review or complete
 Submission of application to the Home Office or relevant authority
 Updating you on response received from the Home Office or relevant authority
 For appeals, we will carry out the necessary works to lodge the appeal and assist you with the hearing
TIMESCALE
For immigration cases, it is difficult to give a precise timescale. The conclusion of an application is largely dependent on the Home Office, Court or relevant authority making a decision. In general, applications can take up to 12 months to be concluded. However, some application may take much longer to conclude. We will provide further information on the timescale based on the circumstances of each application.
ADDITIONAL COSTS
We will keep you fully informed where you are required to pay additional costs due to the complex nature or new developments in your case. Please note that in addition to the fees quoted above, there will be additional charges for the following:
 Dependants
 Applicants with criminal history
 Previous refusal of application
 Further facts not disclosed at the outset
 Extensive delays in providing documentation
 Complex immigration history
 Where further representation is required to be made SOLICITOR RESPONSIBLE FOR YOUR CASE Your matter will be handled by the Principal Solicitor who has been a practising solicitor for 17 years. In addition, we also have paralegals who carry out routine work on case files under the supervision of the Principal Solicitor.