Indefinite Leave to Remain as a Spouse - Price ListENG

Services

Service Price
Indefinite Leave - Spouse, Civil Partner, Child, long residence, Ancestry, Points based applicationsPrice range £750.00 to £1500.00 including vat. The final price will depend on your particular circumstances such as: 1. Any complex immigration history 2. The amount of documents that we have to consider 3. Whether you are applying with dependants £750.00 Including VAT

Disbursements

Indefinite Leave - Spouse, Civil Partner, Child, long residence, Ancestry, Points based applications

Disbursement Price
You will be informed of home office fees at the time of instructionDisbursements are costs related to your matter and are payable to third parties such as home office fees. You will pay this to the Home Office as part of your application process. You will be informed of the fee payable on instruction. £65.00 – £1,800.00 Excluding VAT

Key Stages and Timescales

Indefinite Leave - Spouse, Civil Partner, Child, long residence, Ancestry, Points based applications

Key Stage Timescale
1. Advise you on the relevant rules and procedures to follow 1 – 2 week(s)
2. Tell you which documents are required based on the immigration rules for your settlement visa 1 – 2 week(s)
3. Review your documents to ensure they meet the immigration rules and requirements 1 – 2 week(s)
4. Complete your application form 1 – 2 week(s)
5. Prepare your cover letter to establish the immigration rules have been met to settle 1 – 2 week(s)
6. Prepare your application pack, representations, application and supporting documents 1 – 2 week(s)
7. Submit your application to the relevant Home Office department 1 – 2 week(s)
8. Advise on the outcome of your application and future steps if applicable 12 – 27 week(s)

Professionals

Sunita Kumeri

Principal Solicitor and Notary Public

Qualification Educational Institution
LLB (Hons) University of London
Areas of Law Practiced Experience Time Spent
Family Law 16 year(s) 40%
Immigration Law (Commercial and Private) 16 year(s) 40%
Employment Law 16 year(s) 10%
Wills 16 year(s) 10%