Price and Service Information for Immigration
This page will give you up to date information in relation to our pricing structure and timescales for our Immigration services.
We will always aim to provide a quality service and our fees provide value for the services that we provide. The fee structure is set out in such a way that it reflects the amount of work which we may need to carry out on each matter. We have set the reasons why some cases may be at the higher threshold of our estimates below:
- Where the documents that need to be reviewed are significant or more than would normally be the case
- Where the matter is deemed not be straightforward or complex
- Where the advice of a barrister needs to be sought
- Where an application is particularly urgent and needs to be submitted much earlier than would other be the case
The fees set out above will usually cover one application. Where additional or multiple applications need to be made for dependants, they will be charged at a discounted fee.
All fees quoted are exclusive of VAT.
Business- and Work-related Visas and/or Applications
|Tier 1 Investor Visas||£3500 – £5000|
|Tier 1 Entrepreneur Visa Ext.||£3500 – £5000|
|Inter Company Transfer Visas||£3000 – £5000|
|Skilled Worker Visas||£3000 – £5000|
|Representative of Business Overseas Visas||£3000 – £5000|
|T5 Temporary Worker Applications||£2000 – £5000|
|Global Talent Visas||£2000 – £5000|
|Sponsorship Licence Applications||£3000 – £5000|
Family and Human Right Type Visas and/or Applications
|Spouse Visas||£2000 – £4000|
|Fiancée Visas||£2000 – £4000|
|Marriage Visas||£2000 – £4000|
|Child Dependant Visas||£2000 – £4000|
|Adult Dependant Visas||£2000 – £4000|
|Article 8 ECHR Applications||£2000 – £3500|
|Citizenship (Registration & Naturalisation)||£1500 – £2000|
|10-year Long Residence Application||£2500 – £3500|
|UK Ancestry Application||£3000 – £4000|
|Pre – Settled Status and Settled Status||£1500 – £2500|
|Right Abode||£2000 – £3500|
|Visitor Visit Visa||£2000 – £3500|
|Student Visa||£2000 – £3500|
Disbursements are costs which you may need to pay for but which do not include our professional fees. Examples of disbursements include, Home Office fees and charges, Tribunal and Court Fees, Barrister fees and other costs such as fees for Expert Opinions and Couriers. Please note that this list of disbursements is not intended to be exhaustive.
The work we will carry out on your behalf
Our work on your matters will depend on the nature of the work we are carrying out on your behalf.
Typically most matters will include the following:
- Taking your instructions and advising you on the law or Immigration Rules that relate to your matter
- Advising you the documents that we require to progress your matter
- Reviewing the documents that you provide to us
- Submitting your application
- Drafting Witness Statements and preparing Tribunal or Court Bundles
- Liaising with third parties on your behalf, including but not limited to the Home Office, the Immigration and Asylum Chamber (IAC) and the Courts
- Advising you on decisions made by the Home Office, Determinations by the IAC and Judgements made by the courts
How long it will take for your matter to be processed?
It is important to state that there is a difference between how long it will take us to prepare your application or matter and how long it will take the Home Office or the Immigration and Asylum Chamber to make a decision on your case.
We aim to complete most applications or matters within 2 to 4 weeks. We must point out, however, that this estimate is subject to how quickly you are able to supply us with the documents that we require and any other information we may need to progress your matter.
Some other factors that may affect how long it takes for your matter to be decided include, whether you are applying with dependants or even the language that you speak where this is not English.
With regard to Immigration applications, the Home Office has its services times, as set out on the GOV.UK website. Some applications may take as little as 3 weeks and others may up to 6 months or longer. It is ultimately a matter for the Home Office how long an application takes to be decided.
Usually decisions made by the Immigration and Asylum Chamber (IAC) are issued within 2 – 3 weeks after a hearing; however it is possible for it to take significantly longer in certain cases. The IAC and the courts may sometimes provide an indication as to how long they will take to make a determination or deliver a judgement.