|EEA application (for example Family Permit, Registration Certificate, Residence Card, Permanent Residence Card)||£750-£1250|
|Family visa application (for example Spouse, Fiancé, Parent, Child, Relative under UK Immigration Rules)||£750-£1250|
|Ancestry visa application||£750-£1250|
|Visit visa application||£500-£1000|
|Tier 1 Entrepreneur application||£1500-£2000|
|Tier 1 Investor application||£3000-£4500|
|Tier 4 Student application||£750-£1250|
|Overseas Business Representative application||£1000-£1500|
|Indefinite Leave to Remain application (for example Long Residence)||£750-£1250|
|Nationality application (for example naturalisation, registration)||£750-£1250|
|Immigration appeals at the First Tier Tribunal||£1500-£2000|
Please contact us for our fees for any other immigration issue, for example:
- Asylum application or appeal
- Human Rights application
- Bail application
- Judicial Review Claim
- Administrative Review application
- Sponsor licence application
Please contact us to arrange a meeting to discuss your case. We can agree a fixed fee for your case, which will depend on (for example) the circumstances and the time for your case.
Our fees on this website are for one person. For applications, they include:
- Advising you on the documents for your application
- Preparing and sending the application form
- Writing to the Government in support of your application
For appeals, they include:
- Advising you on the documents for your appeal
- Preparing and sending the appeal bundle
- Advocacy at the appeal hearing
Our fees do not include any other costs, for example VAT (if payable), Government fees, Tribunal fees or translation / interpreting fees. Government fees for EEA applications are approximately £65. Government fees for most applications under the UK Immigration Rules are approximately £1000-£3000. Tribunal fees are approximately £140. Translation / interpreting fees vary, depending on the amount of work that you require and the company that you use.
Normally, we can complete our work on an application within around 1 month, or on an appeal within 1-3 months. However, this also depends on (for example) the time that you need to obtain the documents for your application or appeal.
In general, the Government can make a decision on your application within 3-6 months. However, this also depends on (for example) the type of your application and the fee that you pay to them. In general, the First Tier Tribunal can make a decision on your appeal within 2-4 weeks.