It is important to note that all applications are likely to vary according to individual circumstances and the complexities involved in a matter.
Therefore, we can provide you with a more accurate fee once we have more information about your specific case. Other factors that may affect the cost of your immigration matter include the following: whether it is a first-time application or extension, if there are multiple dependents, the number of supporting documents (in particular, documents relating to any self-employment), possible attendance at a Home Office interview, and whether your application attracts a premium service charge.
The agreed fee will cover all our work until a decision is made by the Home Office on your application. However, please note that the agreed fee will not cover any disbursements incurred by us on your behalf; these are costs related to your matter that are payable to third parties, and include the following:
- Any Home Office fees for making the application for you or your dependants.
- Translation costs – we will advise you of the fees you will incur, and provide you with an invoice. Please note that fees for translations vary according to the nature, complexity and number of documents being translated. You will not always have to use an interpreter selected by our firm.
- Interpreters’ fees – we will advise you of the fees you will incur and provide you with an invoice. Please note that fees for interpreters will vary according to the number of hours required and the complexity of your matter. You may elect to use an interpreter of your own preference.
We cannot predict the timescale in which the Home Office will reach a decision in your matter. Please refer to the Home Office website for current processing times, here