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UK VisasOur Promise to you

Our team will provide you with the most efficient and professional service possible at a fair and competitive price. We believe in transparency and we work to a flat fee structure as outlined below.

 

No Win No Fee

OUR FEES (EXCLUSIVE OF VAT)

Assistance with sponsor licence application: small organisations£1400
Assistance with sponsor licence application: large organisations£1800
Significant changes to SL details/Adding an additional category – eg ICT£250
Renewing a sponsor licence & 4 years administrative support: Small / large organisation £1000 / £1500
UK Tier 1 (Investor), (Innovator), (Exceptional Talent), (Start Up) visa£2500*
UK Tier 2 (General) or (ICT) Skilled Worker visa application – up to three years£1150*
UK Tier 2 (General) and (ICT) Skilled Worker visa application – over three years£1725*
UK Tier 4 student visa£650*
Tier 5 Temporary Worker application£950*
Visitor visa and Business Visitor visas£750*
Separate application for a dependant of an existing Tier 1,2 4 or 5 visa holder£650*
Documents check and trial UKVI audit at sponsor’s office£995**
Resident Labour Market Test (advertising services and test report)£500
Issuing a Certificate of Sponsorship only (including restricted CoS)£950
Sole representative of an overseas company£1500*
Ancestry visa£950*
Marriage Settlement visa – out of country:PAYE only / Other funding - £1150 / £1550
FLR for spouse, partner, child:PAYE only / Other funding - £1150 / £1550
Indefinite Leave to Remain application - main applicantfrom £950 - £1750
Indefinite Leave to Remain application - dependants£250 (children under 16) / £350 (adults & children 16 & over)
EEA Family permit/ EU settlement scheme£950 / £650*
Naturalisation as a British citizenAdult £500 - £750 / child - £300
BRP Replacement£400
Transfer of Conditions (limited leave/ILR)£500

* £250 extra per dependant applied for at the same time as main applicant – in the UK:
£550 extra per dependant applied for at the same time as main applicant – outside the UK.

** Plus travel costs @ 75pence per mile/public transport/taxis at cost.

NOTES

Home Office handling charges with effect from 6th April 2019 – inside the UK – for Tier 2 (£723.20 including biometric enrolement fee, plus £500 for priority service or £800 for super priority service), Sponsors Licence applications (£536 for small sponsors, £1,476 for large sponsors), Certificates of Sponsorship (£199), Leave To Remain (currently £1,033 plus £800 for super priority service), Indefinite Leave to Remain (currently £2,389 plus £800 for super priority service), British Citizenship (£1,330).

All UK based visa applicants must now attend an appointment at a UKVCAS service point in order to enrol their biometrics. Appointments have to be booked in advance and although some free appointments are available, in many instances a fee between £60 and £260 is payable depending on the time and location of the appointment.

Home Office charges differ for overseas applications and are payable in local currency. For those paid by UK Visas on clients’ behalf an additional charge is payable to cover currency exchange and bank charges.

Our fees are in addition to Home Office consideration charges. Our fees do not include any UK NARIC, translation or advertising expenses we may be instructed to perform, over and above those covered by our Resident Labour Market Test fee, which includes a four week campaign on Monster.co.uk.

We are registered for VAT and charge this at the rate applicable at the date of the VAT invoice.

Please call +44 (0) 1403 801801 if you wish to instruct us in an application or simply wish to discuss any aspect of UK visas further.

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UK VISAS NO WIN NO FEE PROMISE

We provide a ‘No Win – No Fee’ guarantee for all points-based system visa applications unless expressly stated at the time of appointment. We will guarantee our service for these applications by offering a full refund on our fee should it be unsuccessful.

These guaranteed terms are conditional upon the client being able to demonstrate to the satisfaction of the Home Office that they have earned the income claimed or that they have the necessary funding in place for maintenance or are fully conversant with their business plan in the case of Tier 1 Entrepreneurs.

It also presumes that neither the applicant nor their dependants have previously come under scrutiny or been under investigation by the Home Office for any immigration matter. In order that we can do our job properly the necessary information and details required should be made available and they must genuine as well as accurate.