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rswlaw

Published 8 June 2021
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Immigration

Our immigration services are provided with both sensitivity and determination and we recognise that immigration issues can be both frustrating and worrying. Our immigration team is here to support you throughout the process.

Fees for Private client:

We offer a fixed fee initial consultation £350 + vat

Applications for work and business under the current Points-Based System

These application on average take between 8-30 hours to complete. This means that on average costs are between £2,800 – £10,500. All figures exclude VAT unless specifically stated.

Visit Visas

These application on average take between 8-20 hours to complete. This means that on average costs are between £2,800 – £7000. All figures exclude VAT unless specifically stated.

Applications to become British under the British Nationality Act 1981

These application on average take between 8-20 hours to complete. This means that on average costs are between £2,800 – £7000. All figures exclude VAT unless specifically stated.

Other categories, such as applications on the basis of long residence

These application on average take between 8-25 hours to complete. This means that on average costs are between £2800 – £8750. All figures exclude VAT unless specifically stated.

 Appeals

These application on average take between 20-50 hours to complete. This means that on average costs are between £7000 – £17,500. All figures exclude VAT unless specifically stated.

The costs quoted here do not include any disbursements which may be necessary. Disbursements are costs related to an application and are payable to third parties i.e. to the Home Office, such as visa fees. We undertake all third-party payments on the client’s behalf to ensure a smooth process.

Our fee includes:

  • Taking full and detailed instructions from our clients in order to provide an initial assessment;
  • advice on the key requirements and how these apply to your circumstances;
  • providing a comprehensive list of necessary documents and information and relevant documents;
  • reviewing and collating supporting documents;
  • liaising with third parties, including the Home Office, where required to obtain additional evidence;
  • preparing the relevant application forms, submitting these on your behalf and booking any necessary appointments,
  • drafting a comprehensive covering letter in support of your application,
  • advising on the application submission options and procedure, and on likely time frames; and 
  • advising you on the outcome of the application and explaining your new immigration or nationality status, including information about how to remain compliant with your visa conditions and the eligibility criteria for extensions and indefinite leave to remain. 

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