- Our professional fees are transparent and mutually agreed at the outset before instructions are accepted. Agreed fees in the majority of cases will cover taking your instructions and progressing your matter until a decision is received.
- We work on the basis of agreed fixed fees: we believe this helps our clients to know exactly the expenditure to be incurred without the anxiety of having to worry about legal costs spiralling out of control.
- However, be aware that agreed fixed fees are not refundable if the matter is aborted/your instructions are withdrawn. Our fees for various applications are given below but can vary. For example, say an application based on family and private life for a single applicant with several dependents will necessarily attract a higher fixed fee then one for a single individual without any dependents.
Our Fees Start from
|EU Law Applications||
|UK Asylum Applications||
|Entry Clearance Applications||
|Family & Private Life Applications||
|Judicial Reviews (Paper Application)||
It may be the case that your matter may not fit neatly into any of the above category and to reflect the fees indicated above; please contact our office for clarification
“Our intial consultation, for approximately 15 minutes, is free.
The fees quoted above do not include fees that would be charged by the Home Office for applications, Tribunal charges that may apply or fees charged by Counsel who may be instructed on your behalf or any other external disbursements incurred in your matter. We will advise you in detail about the possible disbursement in your matter at our intial consultation
Currently our charges are not liable to Value added Tax (although disbursement in some cases may be liable to 20% VAT )
All work is undertaken by a qualified solicitor who has over 20 years’ experience in all the areas of Immigration, asylum and nationality.
In general term, our costs quoted above and agreed with would cover-:
- Taking your detailed instructions
- Completing the Application Form with you
- Preparing representations and submitting your application to the Home Office
- Making written and oral contacts with the Home Office on the progress of your application
- Attending to your telephone calls
- Meeting with you in conference in our office
- Reporting to you on progress of the application until a decision is made.
Currently the majority of Home Office application and appeals are resolved within the service guide line of 6 months. Some application, such as those outside the immigration rules, may take substationly longer time to complete by the Home Office.