Price and Transparency Information: Immigration (excluding asylum)
Cost of service
Our immigration team offer a wealth of expertise in resolving your immigration matters. This area of law is complex and changes frequently and as such our service is tailored to your own unique set of circumstances. Our fees can range widely depending on the type of application you need to make and the complexity of your case. Please see the table below which details the types of support we offer and our fee range for each matter.
A fee estimate will be provided to you once we have undertaken an initial consultation to understand the scope of work involved. We will inform you if and when it becomes apparent that the final charge will be in excess of the figure given to you.
What is included in the price?
- Client meetings.
- The provision of document lists, and review of supporting documents.
- The preparation of the application to the UKVI.
- All correspondence with client and third parties (letter, email, telephone, Skype).
- Assistance with responding to queries raised by the Home Office once submitted.
What factors could increase the price?
- An increase in complications with the application in light of new information provided by the client / changes in Home Office rules / regulations.
- A change of instruction or change in circumstances.
- Difficulty in receiving prompt responses for requests of documentation from clients.
- Liaising with third parties on a client’s behalf.
What’s not included in the price?
- Home Office Application Fee, Immigration Health Surcharge, Home Office Appeal fees, and any additional Government fees. The most up to date information can be found here https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/visa-regulations-revised-table/8-october-2018
- Courier fees, postal delivery fees, translation fees, photocopying.
- The cost for representation at Home Office Appointments.
- Specialist report fees (e.g. psychiatry, child welfare etc).
- The cost to retrieve title deeds to property.
- The cost of instructing an Immigration Barrister to represent you at appeal or Judicial Review hearing or for advice in connection with Appeals on Applications for Judicial Review.
In our experience, cases can take anywhere between 4 days and 18 months to be processed depending on the type of application, complexity of cases and the timescales set by the Home Office. As a result of this, we will endeavour to provide you with a timescale for completing your application during the initial consultation stage.
The fee range outlined above covers the basis of our charges for immigration services to individuals. If you are a Company or business seeking UK Immigration advice, please contact us directly for a quotation by phone or email on 01284 763333, or email@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com.