Our firm adopts a transparent and fair charging fee structure. We also endeavour to be competitive with market rates. There are two ways in which we charge for our services, either an hourly rate or on a fixed fee basis.
For certain types of applications (as listed below), we will agree a fixed fee. For all other types of applications we will be happy to discuss your requirements and advise upon fees payable.
Fixed fees are charged irrespective of the time that we take to complete your work. This is subject to any changes in instructions or additional information that we were not made aware of at the start of our retainer and in such circumstances we reserve the right to revise our fee. We will never conduct any additional work or vary the fees without your agreement.
For the following Applications our fees (excluding VAT) will be as follows
|Application Type||Fee Range|
|Naturalisation or Registration||£1500 to £2000|
|EEA Registration||£1000 to £1250|
|EEA Permanent Residence||£1500 to £2000|
|Student Visa/extension||£800 to £1250|
|Spouse Visa/extension||£1500 to £2500|
|Visit Visa||£1000 to £1500|
|Tier 2 Visa/extension||£1000 to £1500|
|Tier 5 Visa/extension||£1000 to £1500|
|Indefinite Leave To Remain||£1500 to £2500|
|Long Residency||£2500 to £3500|
Whether the fixed fee we agree with you is at the lower or higher end of the range will depend on the following factors:
If you are able to provide sufficient evidence at our first meeting and clearly meet the applicable Immigration Rules, the cost is likely to be at the lower end of the relevant range.
Our fees do not include our attendance at Home Office interviews or, in the event that your application is refused by the Home Office, advice and assistance in relation to any appeal.
In addition to our fees, disbursements (payments made to third parties) will also be incurred. The anticipated disbursements in an immigration matter are as follows:
Any Home Office fees incurred for making an application are not included and you will have to pay this direct as part of the application process.
The work we undertake on your behalf will involve the following:
How long will my application take?
NB: If an immigration application is not listed above then please let us know and we will discuss your requirements and advise on fees.
3rd April 2020
Employers and Colleges Will Not Face Enforcement Action For Non Attendance of Employees/Students at Work/College Due to Covid 19 Pandemic. Continue reading »
To make it easier for employers to recruit migrant workers during the Covid 19 Pandemic, the Home Office have announced that from 30 March 2020, the following new temporary arrangements are in place. Continue reading »
2nd April 2020
To alleviate the pressures placed on the NHS due to Covid 19, on 31 March 2020 the Home Office made an announcement that around 2800 migrant doctors, nurses and paramedics are to have their visas automatically extended free of charge for 1 year. They will also not have to pay the IHS Surcharge fee. Continue reading »
26th March 2020
The Home Office Covid 19 Guidance states that Chinese nationals in the UK, who have been compliant with the conditions of their visa/leave before the pandemic outbreak, but whose visas have expired between 24 January 2020 and 30 March 2020, will automatically have their visas extended until 31 March 2020. There is no need for a visa holder to do anything. Therefore, for example, if you are a Chinese student or visitor in the UK, you will be permitted to stay in the UK until 31 March 2020, according to this guidance. Continue reading »
25th March 2020
The Home Office have today announced a further extension of visa expiry or leave to remain. If individuals are unable to return to their home country before their leave or visa expires because of Covid 19 travel restrictions then their leave to remain or visa is to be extended to 31 May 2020.
9th July 2020
3rd June 2020
Healys is pleased to announce that Partner and Head of Professional Negligence Robert Johnson has been shortlisted as a leader in his field by Who’s Who Legal. Continue reading »
28th May 2020
Jonathan acted on behalf of a 23 year old female in relation to her claim for clinical negligence that happened in 2015 at Whipps Cross Hospital in London. The Claimant had a relevant past gynaecological and obstetric history of a previous caesarean section in 2013 and previous laparotomy for ovarian cystectomy at 10 years of age. This was classified as a high risk pregnancy and the Claimant was referred to a Consultant in the Antenatal Clinic at Whipps Cross Hospital for review. The Claimant had elected to have a caesarean section. The Claimant had previously undergone an emergency lower segment caesarean section due to a failure to progress when having her first child. Continue reading »
27th May 2020