Agreed Fixed Fees

Our fees are fair and reasonable

We operate a fixed-fee scheme. The fees payable are not subject to VAT and so you do not need to pay additional VAT on top of the agreed fixed fees. Our fixed fee does not include disbursements, which you have to pay additionally. Our aim is to provide our clients with high quality legal services at what we believe to be a fair and affordable rate. We do not charge fees on an hourly basis and there are no hidden expenses. At the very begining we will clarify with you the extent of the work that will be carried out on your behalf, so that you know exactly how much you need to pay. The costs vary according to the complexity of the case, and when you come to the first appointment you are under no obligation to become our client. We will listen to your needs and act in a fair manner and in your best interest.

We charge a consultation fee at the initial stage of between £150.00 to £250.00. The time spent in the first consultation will form part of the fixed fee for the case if you decide to instruct us to take your case further.

Our professional fees can be paid in one lump sum or in installments. We expect our fees to be paid in full.

Disbursements are costs related to your matter that are payable to third parties, such as tribunal fees, visa fees, interpreters, translations, country expert reports, medical reports and of course the Home Office fee and the NHS surcharge, if applicable. These you have to pay directly to the third parties concerned. Disbursements do not form part of the agreed fixed fee, except for barrister's fee for attending an appeal hearing.

The Fixed Fee Agreement will set out clearly what is included and what is not.

The quoted fees include:

  • Taking your instructions and providing advice
  • Considering documents
  • Preparing and submitting the application
  • Advising the client on timelines and the outcome of her application
  • Typical timescales for applications are between 6-18 months, and for an in-country appeal between 6-12 months and sometimes even much longer. Thee is generally not much we can do when the Home Office takes much longer than anticipated. We can write reminders. We would advise clients to patient.
  • As for appeals all work up to the point of advising you on the First-tier Tribunal's Determination.

Type of Application -  Fixed Fees - Note that the Fixed Fees only for the application that is to be submitted. If it is rejected the Agreed Fixed Fees does not include work for the re-submission of the application or for the making of a fresh application. In such a case another fixed fee agreement will be entered into. If the application is refused, then we will enter into another fixed fee agreement for the appeal.

1. Naturalisation or Registration as a British Citizen (Adult) £1500 – £2500

2. Registration of a Child as a British Citizen in the UK £1500 – £2500

3. Registration of a Child as a British Citizen from abroad/Application for first British Passport from the UK or abroad £2500 – £3500

4. EA (PR) £1800 - £2500

5. Naturalisation as British Citizen £1800 to £2800

6. Applications for Permanent Residency on behalf of the European Nationals (EU complex case) and family members or retention of rights £3000 – £3500

7. Applications for Permanent Residency on behalf of the European Nationals (non complex case) and family members or retention of rights £1800 – £2800

8. Pre-Settled status or Settled status under EU Settlement Scheme (per applicant)

a. Pre-Settled/settled status (not complex) £1800-£2200

b. Pre-Settled/settled status (complex) £3500-£4000

9. Application for a family permit for a spouse or dependant relatives, under EU regulations or EU Settlement Scheme £1800 – £2500

9. Applications under the Immigration Rules, including:

a. Visit visa for tourism, medical, family £1500 – £2500

b. Visit visa (complex) £3000 – £3500

c. Other Categories, such as applications on the basis of long residence, settling in the UK £3000 – £6000

10. Applications under the Immigration Rules Appendix FM: Family members a. Leave to Enter or Remain with a partner £2200 – £4000

b. Settlement with a Partner £2200 – £4000

c. Settlement application for a child (indefinite leave to enter) £1800 – £3500

d. Leave to Enter or Remain as a Parent of a Child in the UK £2200 – £4000

e. Dependent Relative £2200 – £4000

11. Replace your visa with BRP or apply to replace a lost visa £1000 – £1200

12. Re-submission of an application that was rejected by the Home Office £600 to £1800

Appeals and Judicial Review

12. First-tier Tribunal - where the hearing is in London - £3100 - £4500

a. Hearing outside London - additional £800

13. Application to the FTT for permission to appeal to the Upper Tribunal £750 - £1200

14. Application to the Upper Tribunal to appeal  £850 - £1500.00

15. Additional hearing at the FTT/hearing at the UT £750.00 to £1800

16. Judicial Review - paper application without oral hearing - £4500 to £6000

 

JK Solicitors

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Jk Solicitors

Suite 2.11

Central House

1 Ballards Lane

Finchley

London

N3 1UX

 

MOBILE: 0744 98 98 306

Fax: 020 20 30 700 500

Tel:  020 3925 0685

 

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If you value high quality legal service that includes the individual attention of the principal of the firm each and every time you call or meet then Jk Solicitors is the firm for you.

MONDAY TO FRIDAY

 9.30 AM - 5.30 PM

 

sATURDAY & SUNDAY

12 PM TO 3 PM

 

 

 

URGENT WORK

 

Immigration Rules

Our services

All aspects of British immigration and nationality law

Court of Protection matters - if your relative suffers from disability after arrival in the United Kingdom

Seek advice before you consider ways to deal with an immigration issue.

This firm is authorised and regulated by the Solicitors Regulation Authority: ID No. 592364