EU Settlement Scheme – £250.00
If you’re an EU citizen, you and your family will be able to apply to the EUSettlement Scheme to continue living in the UK after 30 June 2021. If your application is successful, you’ll get either settled or pre-settled status.
You may be able to stay in the UK without applying – for example, if you’re an Irish citizen or have indefinite leave to remain.
The UK has reached an agreement with Norway, Iceland, Liechtenstein, and a separate agreement with Switzerland. If you’re a national of these countries you’ll be able to apply to the EU Settlement Scheme from 30 March 2019.
When you can apply
Asylum – £750.00
Our specialist Asylum Lawyers offer an understanding and professional service for those seeking asylum. We can help you with your application for leave to remain and provide assistance and advice throughout the asylum process.
We have a Legal Aid Contract. Check if you are eligible for Legal Aid
Tribunal Appeals – £1700.00
If your application for asylum is refused you have the right to appeal. This will give you the chance to provide new information that was not previously available. The deadline for submitting an appeal is very strict (14 days), Our immigration solicitors are experienced in acting quickly in these cases and can ensure you have the opportunity to appeal your immigration decision if you have grounds to do so.
Legal aid funding may also be available for you to be represented at your appeal hearing. Please contact one of our Immigration lawyers to see if you qualify for Legal Aid for the preparation of your asylum appeal and for a lawyer/barrister to represent you at your asylum appeal hearing.
Judicial Review – £1700.00
Legal Justice Solicitors urge those seeking advice and assistance in Judicial Review cases to make every effort to ensure that they seek the services of a competent and experienced solicitor or firm that specialises in these types of cases. A Judicial Review will invariably be the last available option open to legal challenge. Judicial Review applications are generally complex involving the close or narrow interpretation of law or thorough and complicated legal analysis or judicial reasoning. The preparation and conduct of a case therefore requires meticulous care and skill which should in our view only be undertaken by an experienced solicitor.
Spouse Application – £600.00
A person who is married to a British Citizen or a person who is present and settled in the UK can apply for UK spouse visa. If your spouse is outside the UK, an entry clearance application as a spouse should be submitted to the Visa Centre in the country of nationality or country of origin of the applicant. However, some applicant may have to travel to neighbouring countries. We will assist you from the start to the end. We have a very good success rate. More information can be found at https://www.visa4uk.fco.gov.uk. The Home Office also publish a supporting document guide. https://assets.publishing.service.gov.uk/government/uploads/system/uploads/attachment_data/file/270197/sup-docs-settlement.pdf
Meanwhile, those who continue to be affected are looking for ways to meet the rules (e.g. with a second job or savings) or other alternatives, including emigration to another EU country (Surinder Singh Route) but the door will close soon as we exit the EU.
How To Meet the UK’s Spouse Visa Income Threshold Using Savings:
Of course not everyone can relocate to another country or find a second job. . Thus others are left with no option but to try to find a way to meet the income rules from within the UK.
Among the many questions I get asked on this issue, I have noted that most people find it difficult to calculate how much they need to have in savings if their UK income falls short. It is simple. You need to earn £18600 to sponsor a spouse. For example, if you earn £17000.00 you are short £1600.00. Therefore, you times 16000.00 x 2.5 = £4000.00. Then add a further £16000.00. The total savings you require is £20000.00. Simple. Therefore, what ever the shortfall, times that by 2.5 and add £16000.00 you get the total savings you will require in your bank for the past 6 months.
Further Leave/Indefinite Leave – £540.00
After living in the UK for some time you may be eligible for further leave to remain. Please note that those with British Children with no status are also eligible to apply for leave to remain.
After you have lived legally in the UK for a certain period of time, you may be able to apply for Indefinite Leave to Remain (ILR). Various applications for Indefinite Leave to Remain (ILR) which can be submitted to the UKVI. Make sure you get it right the first time as the fees are now close to £2000 for each applicant.
You can also apply for a Fee Waiver if you cannot pay the Home Office fees. The information below if from a Home Office email recently received.
If you are emailing in regards to issues submitting an online fee wavier application please contact the service centre at: ApplyOnlineE-Support@homeoffice.gsi.gov.uk . Further details can be found on the GOV.UK website at: https://www.gov.uk/contact-ukvi-inside-outside-uk/y/inside-the-uk/technical-problems-when-applying-online
Please note if you have made a fee waiver application before your leave expires your immigration leave will continue until 10 days after the fee waiver has been decided. Any applications made out of time will not benefit from this provision.
We aim to assess all fee waiver applications as soon feasible. Any correspondence asking for a timescale for when an application will be concluded will not be replied to.
If you need any further information it can be found at https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/applications-for-a-fee-waiver-and-refunds
Please note that queries relating to post decision matters such as allowed appeals or pre-action protocol notices should be directed to :
Deportation/Bail – £700.00
If you are detained in an Immigration Removal Center or Prison you can ask seek advice from one of our experiences solicitors
During this short initial call the solicitor will assess your immigration case and work out whether they can offer you free legal advice based on the merits of your case (how strong it is or how likely you are to succeed) and your financial means. You will not have to pay for this meeting, and will not have to pay for the advice they give you. However, if there is merit the solicitor will advise on any likely costs.