Law & Justice Solicitors have a collective experience in delivering high quality work in all matters relating to immigration and Asylum Law. The Solicitor and Director of the Firm, Samera Mohammed, LLB (Hons), LL.M will work on your matter or Sahdia Chaudhry LLB (Hons), LL.M, a Trainee Solicitor.
Samera Mohammed is an accredited Level 2 Senior Caseworker (with Supervisor status) with the Law Society in Immigration and Asylum Law. She has over 13 years experience in dealing with Immigration and Asylum Law.
We offer a competitive fixed fee package so that you will know from the very start how much our services will cost you. We offer a free initial consultation.
The prices listed below are for guidance only. The final fees agreed with the client will be based on a number of factors such as complexity of the case, any previous immigration history, criminal convictions etc.
All Prices are subject to VAT at 20%.
Initial Consultation (for any case)
Types of Application/Claim (Excluding Appeals & Advocacy)*
Level 1 Applications:
Replacement Residence Permits (BRP, NTL)
£300 – 400
Level 2 Applications:
£300 – £400
EEA Pre settled and EEA Settled Status Applications
Level 3 Applications:
Spouse, partner, civil or unmarried partners of non-EU nationals
Parent route applications
Dependent child Visas
Long residence in the UK
Level 4 Applications:
Adult Dependent Relatives
Points based system applications
Level 5 Applications:
Human rights applications
£500 – £1000
Level 6 Applications:
All other applications including –
Judicial Review (excluding Counsel’s fees)
Completing and submitting an appeal form
Completing and submitting an application for Administrative Review
£500 – 600
All Appeals – preparation of case (excluding advocacy)
Advocacy – FEE PER HEARING (including travel time and expenses)
Case Management Review Hearing /Directions Hearings in Manchester, Birmingham & Nottingham
Hearings at other venues to be discussed on request.
Counsel can be instructed upon request. Counsel’s fees would then need to be negotiated on an individual basis.
Disbursements: All disbursements will need to be paid for separately in addition to the fees for our services. Examples of disbursements include home office/visa application feeshttps://www.gov.uk/government/publications/visa-regulations-revised-table, court application fees https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/immigration-and-appeals-tribunal-fees-t495, postage, interpreting/translation services, medical reports fees, expert report fees, mileage/travel expenses etc. This is not an exhaustive list and is meant purely as a guide.
*Applications for more than one individual will be charged at an extra 50% per application for each additional person
Our fixed fee includes:
- considering documents
- attending on you
- taking instructions and providing advice
- preparing and submitting the application
- advising you on timelines and the outcome of your application
Our work will involve:
- discussing your circumstances in detail and confirming the most appropriate application for you to make and what other options may be available to you;
- giving you advice about the requirements of the Immigration Rules and whether you meet the criteria.
- considering the supporting evidence you provide
- where necessary, helping you obtain further evidence (such as medical records and bank statements), including taking statements of any witnesses;
- preparing your application and submitting it on your behalf.
- giving you advice about the outcome of the application and any further steps you need to take.
Disbursements are costs related to your matter that are payable to third parties, such as visa fees. The above fees do not include disbursements.
Disbursements may include:
- Interpreters costs – At an average of £20 – £30 per hour
- Independent expert reports e.g. medical experts. These are not required in many cases: we will let you know as soon as possible if we consider an expert report is necessary.
The costs quoted here do not include:
- Any Home Office fees for making the application. You will pay this to the Home Office directly as part of the application process.
How long will my application take?
We cannot guarantee how long the Home Office will take to process your application. Please read the current processing time https://www.gov.uk/guidance/visa-decision-waiting-times-applications-outside-the-uk
We will normally be able to submit an application within 2 weeks of you instructing us, but we will let you know at the earliest opportunity if it is likely to take longer than this.
Please note the above fees are an estimate based on the facts above. All applications are likely to vary and of course, we can give you a more accurate estimate once we have more information about your specific case.