Pricing for immigration application services

Our fixed fee immigration visa application services mean you are always aware of the amount you will pay.

SA Law’s immigration service is comprehensive and cost-effective, giving you everything you need to prepare, submit and support your application to the UK Home Office. We ensure that the relevant forms and any supporting documentation are prepared accurately. After this, we monitor your application as it is processed by the Home Office, and address any questions or issues that arise.

We take a personalised approach to your application to optimise its chance of success, yet are able to offer fixed fees for many of our services. 

Our immigration department specialise in both immigration for organisations and immigration for individuals. We offer advice on many sectors of immigration law, which are outlined on our service pages. 

Our fees

Our fixed-fee visa application services are listed below. 

Application

Fee per person
(excluding VAT)

Naturalisation or registration under the British Nationality Act 1981

£2,000

European Economic Area (EEA) nationals and their family members under EEA Regulations or Immigration Rules, including applications for residence cards, registration certificates and other proof of residence documents

£1,800

Student and work experience visas

£1,500

Visas for tourism or visiting friends and family

£1,000

Spouse and partner visas

£2,000

Dependent relative and family reunion visas

£1,200

Ancestry visas

£1,500

Other applications, such as those who can prove long-term residence in the UK

£2,500 to £5,000
(based on complexity

Work, business or study visas under the Points-Based System

£5,000
(based on complexity)

If you require an interpreter, you will need to budget separately for this. We suggest a budget of £1000 to £2500, which should allow for 10-25 hours of work.

In some cases, we may need to charge an hourly rate to undertake your application.

Factors that can affect legal costs include the number of dependants, whether there is any adverse immigration history and the urgency with which a visa is required. For example, applications undertaken on behalf of a single applicant who has never previously been refused a visa and has no imminent travel planned will be at the lower end of our fee range. If there are multiple applicants or immigration history (and corresponding supporting documentation) is particularly complicated then this will be at the higher end of our range.

Simply contact us on for a confidential discussion about your visa requirements, and we can explain what will be required, and how much it is likely to cost. 

Home Office fees

Visa application fees are paid directly to the Home Office as part of the application process. You can learn about these fees on the Home Office website