The Home Office has just announced, at 11.13 on Tuesday 4th April new increased charges for 2017/18.
Usually the Home Office provide a month or so’s notice of any intended visa fee increases to enable feedback prior to Parliamentary approval. But not this year!
Nearly all increases are small – see the link below for full details – although ILR has seen a swingeing £512 increase to £2887 for the same day service.
Out-of-country Tier 2 visas increase just £12, to £587, while in-country applications go up £13 to £677.
The 10 day priority service goes up from £375 to £459 and the same day service goes up £90 to £590.
For full details of all of the new HO charges, go to:
Although a relatively small constituent of visa costs these days, we are pleased to advise clients that UK Visas own fees will remain the same as last year, with the one exception of EEA family permit and permanent residence visas for self-employed applicants.