Category: Fees changes

Visas, Immigration & Nationality

500% Increase in Immigration Tribunal Fees Scrapped

In a move to further restrict immigration applicants’ appeal rights and access to the court, the government hiked prices for the Immigration Tribunal fees for up to 500% earlier this year. This policy saw fees increased from £80 to £490 for a paper hearing while the fee for an oral hearing rose from £140 to…
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Immigration Case Court Fees Increase by up to 500%

The government is trying to save money on the proceedings fees for the immigration cases which are subject to a consultation until 3 June. Justice minister Dominic Raab stated: ‘In light of the challenging financial circumstances we face we have already had to take difficult decisions. We have implemented enhanced court fees, above the cost…
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Latest News On Immigration – Home Office Immigration & Nationality Fees 2016

An Update on the latest news on immigration is that UK V&I’s (UK Visas & Immigration) fees are going to rise again as expected and announced in January by the Home Office Immigration & Nationality Fees 2016 legislation. It sets the maximum amounts that the Home Office can charge for visas, immigration and nationality applications.…
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Latest immigration news from the Home office

New Home Office Visa Fees 2016 – 2017

The Home Office laid legislation in Parliament to be able to increase visa fees, as well as immigration and nationality application fees over the next four years. The aim is to reduce taxpayer contributions towards the Border, Immigration and Citizenship system and ensure that by 2019-2020 the system is self funded by those who access…
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Home Office Proposed Visa Fees increase

Home Office Proposed Visa Fees increase were launched on the beginning of February. This document tells you how much it may cost to apply for a UK visa from April 2015. It includes fees for all visas including: visitor; work; student; settlement; naturalisation. Please note that these fees are not finalised and are subject to change…
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