OUR FEES

Our fees are agreed at the outset of each matter on an Agreed fee basis. The basis for calculation of our fees is primarily by reference to the time spent by the fee earner(s) dealing with the matter (including any time which we spend travelling). Please note that this fee cannot be varied up or down and is non-refundable should you choose to terminate your instructions.

You will be also responsible for payment of expenses and/or any disbursements that may become applicable in your case. This includes but is not limited to matters such as court fees, barrister’s fees, expert reports, translation of documents etc. In certain cases, barrister’s fees may be included within our agreed fee.

The figures set out below are an indication of what you can expect to pay. We can provide you with a more accurate figure at your initial consultation.

Immigration Detention

£1500-£2000

A Solicitor with a minimum of five years’ experience in Immigration Law will have conduct of the case from start to finish.

Includes:

  • Liaising with the Home Office.
  • Ascertaining reasons for detention.
  • Advising on the law and the appropriate application in relation to your case.
  • Submitting the relevant application.
  • Submitting and chasing up requests for Chief Immigration Officer Bail with the Home Office.
  • Applying for Immigration Bail with the Tribunal.

 

Bail (London)

£500

A Solicitor with a minimum of five years’ experience in Immigration Law will have conduct of the case from start to finish.

Includes:

  • Advising on Bail process.
  • Explaining role of sureties.
  • Advising on required documents.
  • Completing and submitting bail application form.
  • Advising on contents of bail summary

Expected Disbursements: Barrister’s fees for representation at the bail hearing will be included within the agreed fee.

 

Bail (Outside London)

£750

A Solicitor with a minimum of five years’ experience in Immigration Law will have conduct of the case from start to finish.

Includes: Same as above

Expected Disbursements: Barrister’s fees for representation at the bail hearing will be included within the agreed fee.

 

Appeal hearing at First-tier Tribunal (London)

£2500 – £3000 depending on the complexity of your case

A Solicitor with a minimum of five years’ experience in Immigration Law will have conduct of the case from start to finish.

Includes:

  • Advising on the appeal process.
  • Perusing your complete file to highlight and advise you on the reasons for refusal.
  • Drafting detailed witness statements to clarify any issues raised in the Refusal letter.
  • Advising on and collating any documentary evidence in support of your claim.
  • Research on any objective evidence which is relevant to your claim.
  • Preparing the Appellant’s bundle.
  • Ensuring the Appellant’s bundle is served on time to all parties.
  • Ensuring compliance with Court Directions (if applicable).
  • Instructing a barrister to represent you at the hearing.

Expected Disbursements: Barrister’s fees for representation at the bail hearing will be included within the agreed fee.

 

Appeal hearing at First-tier Tribunal  (Outside London)

£3000 – £3500 depending on the complexity of your case

A Solicitor with a minimum of five years’ experience in Immigration Law will have conduct of the case from start to finish.

Includes: Same as above

Expected Disbursements: Barrister’s fees for representation at the bail hearing will be included within the agreed fee.

 

Permission to Appeal applications to Upper Tribunal

£750

A Solicitor with a minimum of five years’ experience in Immigration Law will have conduct of the case from start to finish.

Includes:

  • Advising on the process.
  • Forwarding all relevant documents to a barrister to draft grounds of appeal.
  • Completing the relevant form.
  • Ensuring deadlines are complied with.
  • Submitting completed application to the Tribunal.
  • Ensuring receipt with the Tribunal
  • Advising on the outcome.

Expected Disbursements: Barrister’s fees for representation at the bail hearing will be included within the agreed fee.

 

Upper Tribunal Hearing

£1500

A Solicitor with a minimum of five years’ experience in Immigration Law will have conduct of the case from start to finish.

Includes:

  • Advising on the process
  • Instructing and briefing a barrister to represent you.
  • Ensuring deadlines are complied with.
  • Liaising with Home Office and the Upper Tribunal

Expected Disbursements: Barrister’s fees for representation at the bail hearing will be included within the agreed fee.

 

An application permission to apply for Judicial Review

£4000 – £5000

A Solicitor with a minimum of five years’ experience in Immigration Law will have conduct of the case from start to finish.

Includes:

  • Advising on the Judicial Review process up until a decision is made on paper.
  • Forwarding all the relevant documents to a barrister to ascertain merits
  • Draft and submit a Pre-Action Protocol (PAP)
  • Advise on the outcome of the PAP.
  • Instructing a barrister to draft grounds for Judicial Review.
  • Completing claim form.
  • Collating all relevant documents and preparing the Judicial Review bundles.
  • Lodging the application at the Upper Tribunal.
  • Serving the sealed bundles on all parties in compliance with the Civil Procedure Rules.
  • Advising on the Acknowledgement of Service.
  • Liaising with the Respondent’s Solicitors.
  • Advising on the outcome

Expected Disbursements: Barrister’s fees for advising on and drafting the PAP and grounds for Judicial review will be included within the agreed fee. £154 Court fee to be paid by you

 

Renewal of Judicial Review App

£500 – £750 dependant on whether there are further grounds to raise

A Solicitor with a minimum of five years’ experience in Immigration Law will have conduct of the case from start to finish.

Includes:

  • Advising on the Refusal and forwarding the same to a barrister to ascertain merits in making the renewal application and subsequently drafting grounds for renewal (if applicable).
  • Completing the Renewal form.
  • Lodging the application at the Upper Tribunal

Expected Disbursements: Barrister’s fee if there are further grounds to raise included within the agreed fee. £385 Court fee to be paid by you.

Oral Permission Hearing

£1500

A Solicitor with a minimum of five years’ experience in Immigration Law will have conduct of the case from start to finish.

Includes:

  • Advising on the process.
  • Instructing a barrister to represent you at the hearing.
  • Complying with court directions if any
  • Liaising with the Respondent’s Solicitors.
  • Advising on the outcome

Expected Disbursements: Barrister’s fee is included within the agreed fee.

 

Substantive Hearing for Judicial Review

£6000 – £8000 depending on the level of experience of the barrister representing you.

Includes:

  • Advising on the process.
  • Instructing a barrister to represent you at the hearing.
  • Complying with the court directions
  • Liaising with the Respondent’s Solicitors.
  • Collating documents and preparing the Trial bundle.
  • Liaising with the barrister to prepare and fil a bundle of authorities.
  • Advising on the outcome

Expected Disbursements: Barrister’s fee is included within the agreed fee.

Representations/ Applications
i.e. Article 8 Representations and/or Chargeable applications for leave to remain.

£1500

A Solicitor with a minimum of five years’ experience in Immigration Law will have conduct of the case from start to finish.

Includes:

  • Taking instructions
  • Drafting witness statements
  • Drafting legal arguments that are applicable in your case.
  • Advising on and collating any documentary evidence.
  • Submitting completed representations to the Home Office and/or the online application.
  • Making an appointment for you to attend a Visa Application Centre to provide your Biometrics.
  • Scanning and uploading your documents prior to you attending your Biometrics appointment.

Expected Disbursements: Home Office fee if applicable, depending on type of application (to be advised). Please click on the link below for a list of current fees.

Immigration Health surcharge (If applicable) to be paid by you. Currently £624 per year based on length of leave applied for. i.e. £1560 for 2.5 years. To be refunded if application is refused.

 

Applications for an extension of your current leave to remain such as: FLR(M) FLR(FP)

£1000 – £1500 depending on the complexity of your case

A Solicitor with a minimum of five years’ experience in Immigration Law will have conduct of the case from start to finish.

Includes:

  • Taking instructions
  • Drafting witness statements
  • Drafting legal arguments that are applicable in your case.
  • Advising on and collating any documentary evidence.
  • Submitting completed representations to the Home Office and/or the online application.
  • Making an appointment for you to attend a Visa Application Centre to provide your Biometrics.
  • Scanning and uploading your documents prior to you attending your Biometrics appointment.

Expected Disbursements: Home Office fee if applicable, depending on type of application (to be advised). Please click on the link below for a list of current fees.

Immigration Health surcharge (If applicable) to be paid by you. Currently £624 per year based on length of leave applied for. i.e. £1560 for 2.5 years. To be refunded if application is refused. 

Applications for Indefinite Leave to Remain

£1000 – £1500 depending on the complexity of your case

A Solicitor with a minimum of five years’ experience in Immigration Law will have conduct of the case from start to finish.

Includes:

  • Taking instructions
  • Drafting witness statements
  • Drafting legal arguments that are applicable in your case.
  • Advising on and collating any documentary evidence.
  • Completing the online application.
  • Making an appointment for you to attend a Visa Application Centre to provide your Biometrics.
  • Scanning and uploading your documents prior to you attending your Biometrics appointment.

Expected Disbursements: Home Office Fee to be paid by you.

 

Applications for Entry Clearance as a Fiancé or Spouse

£1500 – £2500 depending on the Complexity of your case.

A Solicitor with a minimum of five years’ experience in Immigration Law will have conduct of the case from start to finish.

Includes:

  • Discussing your circumstances in detail.
  • Giving you advice about the requirements of the Immigration Rules and whether you meet the criteria.
  • If you do not fulfil certain criteria, whether this can be overcome and how;
  • Considering the supporting evidence you have provided,
  • Where necessary, helping you obtain further evidence (such as medical records and bank statements), including taking statements of any witnesses;
  • Preparing your application and submitting it on your behalf including completing the online application.
  • Arranging an appointment for you to attend the relevant British Embassy/ High Commission.
  • giving you advice about the outcome of the application and any further steps you need to take.

Expected Disbursements: Home Office fee and IHS surcharge to be paid by you.

 

Applications for Entry Clearance as a Visitor

£800 – 1200 depending on the complexity of the case

A Solicitor with a minimum of five years’ experience in Immigration Law will have conduct of the case from start to finish.

Includes:

  • Discussing your circumstances in detail and confirming whether this is the most appropriate application for you to make and what other options may be available to you;
  • Giving you advice about the requirements of the Immigration Rules and whether you meet the criteria.
  • if you do not fulfil certain criteria, whether this can be overcome and how;
  • Considering the supporting evidence you have provided,
  • Where necessary, helping you obtain further evidence (such as medical records and bank statements), including taking statements of any witnesses;
  • Preparing your application and submitting it on your behalf including completing the online application form.
  • Arranging an appointment at the relevant British Embassy/ High Commission.
  • giving you advice about the outcome of the application and any further steps you need to take.

Expected Disbursements: Home Office fee to be paid by you.

 

  1. EEA Applications for a Residence Card as the family member/extended family member of an EEA national
  2. EEA Family Permits
  3. Applications for Permanent Residence

£1500 – £2000 depending on the complexity of your case

A Solicitor with a minimum of five years’ experience in Immigration Law will have conduct of the case from start to finish.

Includes:

  • Giving you advice about the requirements of the EEA Regulations and whether you meet the criteria.
  • if you do not fulfil certain criteria, whether this can be overcome and how;
  • Considering the supporting evidence you have provided,
  • Where necessary, helping you obtain further evidence including taking statements of any witnesses;
  • Preparing your application and submitting it on your behalf.
  • Advising you on the outcome.

Expected Disbursements: Home Office fee to be paid by you.

Please click on the link below for a list of the current Home Office immigration and nationality fees:

https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/visa-regulations-revised-table

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