We either charge a fixed fee or hourly rate depending on the type of case

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Immigration Fees

Immigration Fees

Initial Interview


We offer an initial diagnostic interview for a fixed fee of £100 plus VAT and the costs of an interpreter (if required). The meeting is for a maximum of 1 hour. At this meeting we will ascertain what your legal problem is, provide you with possible solutions and advise on the best strategy and estimate the cost and time it will take to resolve your problem

You can also use this appointment to check applications that you have prepared yourself or for a second opinion on your case. Based on the information that we have given you can then decide, whether you wish to proceed on your own or instruct us to do further work for you. If you require a detailed letter of advice following a diagnostic interview there will be an additional charge of £250 plus vat.

Hourly rate


We charge hourly rate for all complex or difficult cases including Appeals, Human Rights applications, Asylum applications, Fresh Claims for Asylum, Judicial Reviews, Bail and detained cases.Our hourly rate range is £150.00- £210.00 per hour plus VAT. The rate will depend on the complexity of the case and the urgency. We will discuss the rate with you at the initial appointment and provide you an estimate.Our fees exclude VAT, Home Office application fees, disbursements and expenses.

Expenses

Depending on your type of application, there may be additional expenses that you will be required to pay. This includes Home Office fee for the application, immigration health surcharge, fee for translating any document written in foreign language, fee for interpreter if you require one for interview or to communicate with us. You may be able use your relative or friend to interpret for you when you meet with us. If you have interview with the home office, they may not allow you to use a friend or family member as interpreter. The home office and immigration health surcharge are subject to change.

  • A link is provided here giving a comprehensive list of current home office fees.
    You can find out if you are liable to pay immigration health surcharge and how much this will be here

Fixed Fee


In straightforward cases we can offer fixed fees. We charge a range of fixed fees for all other immigration and Citizenship applications.The table below provides our current fixed fees for the various applications listed therein. Please note that the fixed fee is payable once you instruct us.

This means that if you change your mind after you have instructed us, you will still pay us the fixed fee. The fixed fee does not cover advice and attendance to home office interview. If you instruct us to advice and or accompany you to home office interview, additional fixed fee in the sum of £600 plus vat at the standard rate if you are subject to vat will be payable to us. This additional fee covers advice and accompanying you to the interview including traveling and waiting. If you require advice only, the additional fixed fee is £250 plus vat on the standard rate applicable.

Our Fixed Fee Table

Application Type Fixed Fee Likely type of disbursements/expenses
• Fiancé Visa
• Civil Partnership Visa
• Visa to join your spouse or Partner in the UK
• Visa to join or accompany your unmarried partner in the UK
£800 ex vat
There will be no vat if you do not already live in the UK
Home Office Fee, Immigration Health Surcharge,
Transcription fee for any document not in English
• Application for visa to remain in the UK as a partner of a settled person in the UK
• Extension of your stay in the UK as a spouse or civil partner
• Application for indefinite leave to remain as a spouse or civil partner
£900 plus vat (£1080) Home Office Fee, Immigration Health Surcharge,
Transcription fee for any document not in English
• Extension of stay in the UK as unmarried partner
• Application for indefinite leave to remain as unmarried partner
• Indefinite leave to remain as victim of domestic violence
• Indefinite leave to remain as a bereaved partner or spouse
£1000 plus vat (£1200) Home Office Fee,
Immigration Health Surcharge if applicable,
Transcription fee for any document not in English
• Application for discretionary leave £1200 plus vat(£1440) Home Office Fee, Immigration Health Surcharge, Transcription fee for any document not in English
• Application for family permit to join your European Economic Area family member in the UK £700 Transcription fee for any document not in English Language
• Application for family permit to join your European Economic Area extended family member in the UK £1000 Transcription fee for any document not in English Language
• Application for residence card as a family member of a European Economic Area Citizen in the UK £900 plus vat (£1080) Home Office Fee. Transcription of any document not in English Language
• Application for residence card as an extended family member of a European Economic Area Citizen
in the UK
• Application for right of residence as a former family member of a European Economic Area Citizen
(retained rights)
• Application for derivative residence care as a primary carer of a European Economic Area Citizen
including a British Citizen
£1,100 plus vat (£1320.00) Home Office Fee. Transcription of any document not in English Language
• Application for registration certificate as a European Economic Area Citizen in the UK £600 plus vat (£720) Home Office Fee, Transcription of any document not in English Language
• Application for permanent residence card as a European Economic Area Citizen in the UK £700 plus vat £840 Home Office Fee, Transcription of any document not in English Language
• Tier 4 student visa application in UK
• Tier 4 Extension of student Visa in UK
• Tier 4 Dependants visa application in UK
• Tier 4 Dependants visa extension in UK
£600 plus vat (£720) Home Office fee
Immigration Health surcharge
Translation of any document not in English
• Tier 4 visa to enter the UK as a student (adult, child) £600 Home Office fee, Immigration Health surcharge Translation of any document not in English
• Registration as a British Citizen if previously given up
• Registration of child born I the UK who has lived in the UK for 10 years as a British citizen
• Registration as a British citizen if you were born in the UK before 1st January 1983
• Registration as a British citizen by British subjects
• Registration as a British Citizen on the basis of Crown or Similar services
• Registration as a British Citizen as a British National Overseas Territories Citizen
• Registration as a British citizen under the British Nationality (Hong Kong) Act 1997
• Registration as a British citizen as a British National overseas territory with a connection with Gibraltar
• Registration as a British Overseas Territories citizen if you had previously given up citizenship
• Registration as a British citizen by a stateless person
£1100
plus vat (£1320)
Home Office Fee
Citizenship ceremony fee
Translation of any document
not in English
• Registration of a child as a British citizen
• Naturalisation as a British citizen
£800 plus vat (£960) Home Office fee, Citizenship ceremony fee, Translation of any document not in English
• Application for visa to visit your family member in the UK
• Application for general visitor visa
• Application for visa for medical treatment
£700 Home Office Fee,
Transcription fee for any document not in English
• Application for business visitor visa
• Application for entertainment visitor visa
• Application for prospective entrepreneur visitor visa
• Application for sports visitor visa
£900 Home Office Fee,
Transcription fee for any document not in English
• Application for British Passport
• Refugee Travel Document
• Stateless Person Travel Document
• Certificate of Travel
• Application for one-way Travel Document
£400
plus vat
(£480)
Home Office Fee

What services are included in the quote

The work will involve:

discussing your circumstances in detail and confirming whether this is the most appropriate application for you to make and what other options may be available to you;

  • giving you advice about the requirements of the Immigration Rules and whether you meet the criteria.
  • if you do not fulfill certain criteria, whether this can be overcome and how;
  • considering the supporting evidence, you have provided;
  • where necessary, helping you obtain further evidence (such as medical records and bank statements), including taking statements of any witnesses;
  • preparing your application and submitting it on your behalf;
  • giving you advice about the outcome of the application and informing of you any further options available to you.

What is not included in the quote

The quote above does not include:

  • any home office fees applicable to your application;
  • immigration health surcharge applicable to your application;
  • translation fees applicable to your application;
  • interpreter fees applicable to your application;
  • expert report applicable to your application;
  • advice and attending home office interview where required;
  • If your application is refused the quote above does not include any advice for an appeal or judicial review.


How long will your application take?

We cannot guarantee how long the home office will take to process your application. please read the current processing time here https://www.gov.uk/visa-processing-times. We will normally be able to submit this type of application within 1 week of you instructing us and providing all required documents and fees, but we will let you know at the earliest opportunity if it is likely to take longer than this.

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