Our Aylesbury and Northampton based team of immigration solicitors are here to help you.
If you are seeking asylum, or want to complete a nationality application, our immigration solicitors will listen to your case and explain the options. We can also help you with human rights matters.
Britain has a diverse population. For centuries people from around the world have chosen to make the UK their home. In order to live here legally, there is a requirement that the correct documentation is completed.
Services on Offer:
Our Specialist Immigration Solicitors
Kevin Scott is a partner and solicitor in the Immigration department. His speciality is in both asylum and domestic violence cases. He is also accredited as a Level 2 Senior Case worker under the Law Society Immigration and Asylum Accreditation Scheme.
Salma Khan is a private client immigration solicitor, she can speak a number of languages including Urdu, Hindi, Pahari and Punjabi. We aim to translate our knowledge of immigration law in a way which helps your understanding.
Salma has experience in dealing with a range of Human rights applications, appeals and Judicial review applications and has a keen interest in domestic violence cases. The recent Brexit has spread uncertainty for the future of EU nationals if you are affected please contact Salma for advice on permanent residency and UK nationality.
We have extensive knowledge and experience of providing a wide range of immigration and nationality advice and supporting you with applications. All our Immigration team members are regulated by the Solicitors Regulation Authority and we aim to provide a high quality service. Our approach is professional, respectful and confidential. We are also members of the Immigration Law Practitioners Association (ILPA) and the Joint Council for the Welfare of Immigrants (JCWI).
Immigration Solicitors: Fixed Fees
List of Fixed Fees
- Applications for naturalisation or registration under the British Nationality Act 1981 – £600 including VAT per applicant.
- The likely disbursements for adults on such applications is £1330 and for children £1012 per applicant Home Office fees.
- Applications on behalf of European Economic Area (EEA) nationals and their family members under the applicable EEA regulations including Permanent residence applications, residence cards & registration certificates – £950 including VAT per applicant. The likely disbursements for such applications is £65 per person per applicant Home Office fees.
- Applications under the Immigration rules Visit Visas for friends and family- £750 including VAT per applicant. The likely visa fee for this application is around £100 for a 6 months visit visa and £370 for a 2 years visit visa per applicant. This may vary according to the exchange rate of the country that the visa is applied from.
- Spouse & partner applications including fiancé or proposed civil partners (entry clearance) – £1000-£1200 including VAT per applicant. The likely visa fee for this application is around £1600 per applicant Home Office fees and £1000 NHS fees but may vary according to each country’s exchange rate.
- Spouse & partner applications from within UK (either initial leave to remain or further leave to remain) – £1500 including VAT per applicant and the likely disbursements are £1033 Home Office fees and £1000 NHS fees.
- Settlement applications for spouse & partners (indefinite leave to remain)- £1500 per applicant including VAT and the likely disbursement will be £2389 Home Office fees.
- Settlement for a child under 18 from within the UK- £1500 per applicant including VAT and the likely disbursement will be £2389 Home Office fees
- Other settlement visas such as children joining parents (entry clearance) – £1000-£1200 including VAT per applicant. The likely disbursements is around £1600 per applicant Home Office fees.
- Dependant relative- £1200 including VAT per applicant The likely disbursement for this application is £3400 per applicant Home Office fees and may vary according to each country’s exchange rate.
- Refugee Family reunion applications- £950 per applicant including VAT. There are no disbursements for these applications.
- Ancestry visas- £950 including VAT per applicant. The likely disbursement for this application is £516 per applicant Home Office fees.
- Applications on basis of long residence settlement – £1200 including VAT per applicant. The likely disbursement of this application is £2389 per applicant Home Office fees.
- Applications on basis of long residence (20 years) – £1200 including VAT per applicant. The likely disbursements in this application is £1533 for Home Office and £1000 NHS fees.
- Advice and representation at the First Tier Tribunal in relation to appeals against the Home Office visa or immigration decisions- £1800-£2000 Including VAT The likely disbursements for an appeal would include £140 tribunal fee per applicant.
- Applications can take six months or longer
All the above quoted fees are an estimate per applicant for each application and may vary according to the individual case and its complexities. Please also note that the disbursements quoted are the current Home Office and Court fees which can change and we will update you as and when this occurs.
Hourly rate - Salma Khan
My hourly rate is £180 including VAT and I do offer one off appointments for 1 hour at a rate of £180 or half hour for £90.
Hourly rate - Kevin Scott
My hourly rate is £222 including VAT for one off appointments for 1 hour and £111 for half hour.
Interpreter’s and traveling costs
The hourly rates for an interpreter are around £28 for attendance per hour, £14 for travelling and waiting time per hour and their travelling costs will vary depending on their location. The time to be spent with each client requiring an interpreter may vary according to each individual’s needs.
Fixed Fee Consultation Immigration Law
£180 for an hour or £90 for a half hour
We offer an initial, or a one-off, consultation where you can discuss your case with us and we can advise you on the options and the likely cost of proceeding with your case. This meeting can take place at our offices in Aylesbury, or at an alternative location that is more convenient to you.
When you contact us, we will require the following information:
- Your country of origin and present nationality
- How long you have been in the UK
- Your present immigration status
- Any family in the country and their immigration status
- Your name, address and telephone number
In certain circumstances, the nature of your case or your financial circumstances may make it possible for costs to be covered by legal aid. We will let you know if this is an option.
As specialist immigration solicitors are not available in every law firm, we are pleased to announce that our Immigration solicitors are now offering appointments in Reading, Luton, Northampton, Milton Keynes, High Wycombe, Northwest London. surrounding areas.
Salma Khan – Solicitor