Home Office Immigration & Nationality Services 2014/15
Home Office announced last February 3, to bring new fees into force from 6 April 2014 with some fees for premium services overseas coming into effect on 31 March 2014.
After, iam (immigration and migration) read and understand, is now telling you more about it.
The government reviews these fees on a regular basis and makes appropriate changes as necessary. Most of the increase is to 4%.
To summarise, <<There are further targeted increases to bring dependant fees in line with main application fees, to register as a British Citizen and some premium services. A staggered rise has been applied to the long-term visit visa (greater than six months) with a higher rise to the 2 and 5 year visas to ensure the 10-year visa stays at its current level. We are also introducing a reduced fee for those applying to work within areas regarded as shortage occupations and to the direct airside transit visa.>>, says the Minister for Immigration (Mark Harper)
The attached table, setting out all the proposed fees, includes indicative unit costs for financial year 2014 to 2015.
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