Our fees for immigration applications
Our fees include VAT (where applicable) and exclude all other costs such as UK Visa and Immigration fees, Tribunal and Court fees, barrister fees and the Immigration Health Surcharge.
It must be noted that some applications are more complex than others and for this reason the prices quoted are indicative.
For example, if you are seeking to sponsor your partner to come to the UK under Appendix FM of the Immigration Rules, our fees may be higher than those quoted if you are self-employed, as such applications are more complex than if you are sponsoring someone to come to the UK and you are an employee. Another example may be if you are requesting that the Home Office exercise discretion when they are considering your case.
Prospective clients are advised to treat all amounts quoted below as indicative of the likely fees rather than the guaranteed final price. However, in most cases the fees quoted will apply.
In any event, fees will be agreed with you prior to your formal instruction.
Please note: All fees listed on this page are in Great British Pounds Sterling (£)
EEA settled and pre-settled applications; EEA nationals
EEA national family members
Other EEA applications
Spouse or partner applications
From £800 to £2,000
Extension of leave to remain
Indefinite leave to remain
Naturalisation as a British citizen
From £800 to £1,200
Human rights applications on the basis of private and family life in the UK/over stayer applications
Tier 1 (entrepreneurs and investors)
Tier 2 (general)
Objection to civil penalty for employers for employing legal workers
Appeals to the First Tier Tribunal against immigration decisions – From £2000
The fee can be paid in two installments as follows:
Taking detailed instructions from you on the refusal and advising on your best option – whether to appeal or apply again.
If instructed to appeal, we will:
Lodging Grounds of Appeal/making representations. This includes analysis of the initial application, checking the supporting documents, examining the refusal letter, drafting Grounds of Appeal and lodging Appeal, giving reasons why the decision should not have been refused and asking for the decision to be reviewed by entry clearance officer. – £500
If there is no review or a review is negative then to pursue the appeal to Hearing at the First Tier Tribunal, our fees would be an additional. – £700
Preparation of case:
We will use legal arguments, case law and Immigration Rules and policies to present your case. We take further instructions from you, prepare your case for the Court, take Witness Statements and prepare Court Bundles. We will advise you on going to Court and giving evidence.
We will instruct an experienced immigration barrister to represent you at your Hearing at the Tribunal – £1,500 if the appeal proceeds at the First Tier Tribunal.