Immigration Fees

Our fees are as follows:

  • Immigration Appeals to First Tier Tribunal and Upper Tribunal (lodging grounds of appeal, preparing the case and advocacy at the tribunal) – £3,000 plus VAT

  • Application for Indefinite Leave to Remain in the UK – £1500 plus VAT

  • Applications under Private Life route (20 years long residence, 7 years continuous residence by a child, half of life in the UK) – £1,500 plus VAT

  • Judicial Review – £3,000 plus VAT

  • Application for Discretionary Leave to Remain in the UK (6 years and 10 years rule) – £1,500 plus VAT

  • Application for Naturalisation – £,1000 plus VAT

  • Application for leave to remain the UK as family members of a person present and settled in the UK – £1,500 plus VAT

  • EEA Applications (residence card as a family member of EEA national, retaining rights of residence as a family member after divorce or death, derivative residence card as a primary career, residence card as extended family members, registration certificate as an EEA, permanent residence as an EEA national) – £1,250 plus VAT

  • Extension of leave to remain in the UK (on all categories) – £1,500 plus VAT

  • Application for UK work visas (Tier 1, Tier 2, Tier 4 and Tier 5) – £1,250 plus VAT

  • Application for UK work visas ILR (Tier 1, Tier 2, Tier 4 and Tier 5) – £1,500 plus VAT

What our service involves:

We offer a professional service with very reasonable fees and flexible payment terms for all of our clients. If clients cannot afford to pay our fee in full at the time of the instructions, we are happy to accept half of the agreed fee at the time of initial instructions and the balance to be paid within 28 days. Our agreed fee covers all work relating to your matter including;

  • Taking initial instructions

  • Providing advice on which documents would be needed for your type of application

  • Checking the support documents for the application/appeal

  • Preparing the necessary application/appeal forms on your behalf

  • Preparing grounds of appeal

  • Preparing representations in support of your application

  • Sending the application form, representations and support evidence to the Home Office

  • Representing the client at the tribunal hearings/appeals

  • All communication between the Home Office and other agencies concerning your application/appeal until we receive a written decision in your matter.

Please be advised that we will not issue any refund if you withdraw your instructions. Furthermore, please note that the prices quoted does not include the Home Office fee, clients will be responsible for paying the Home Office fees/appeal fees (HO fees vary depending on the type of the application).

Time Estimate

It is difficult to estimate how long it will take before the Home Office can reach a decision in your matter as this will depend on a case and a caseworker dealing with the application. However, we can only give a rough estimate that most straight forward cases can takes between 3 to 6 months for the Home Office to provide a decision, and complicated cases can take between 3 to 12 months for the Home Office to reach a decision.