Once we have had an initial discussion about your case, we will provide you with a fee estimate as to what we would charge for your case. We do not have a standard fee, as we believe that each case is different. Some clients may have a more complex immigration history than others or some clients may have more dependants than others. Different factors will govern what fee estimate we will provide you but most importantly the fee will reflect the time we envisage we will spend on your matter. Our aim is to provide you with the best possible advice tailored to your particular needs, offer attention to detail which is second to none, to ensure that you have every chance of a successful outcome.
The fee you pay will cover taking the appropriate information from you, providing a detailed assessment of your needs, advising as to the document/information we will need to support the Tier visa application.
Once we have all the documentation, we will assist with preparing the application including preparing a letter of representation which will point out that you meet the criteria and refer to the supporting documents. We will provide you with an application pack containing the documents and my letter and relevant application form in readiness of filing by you in your country of residence. We will assist and advise you with regard to any interview you might have with the embassy. Our letters are always well received by embassies. The fee will also cover advice relating to any interview you might have.
- Appeals Against Decisions to Refuse Visas by Entry Clearance Officers or the UK Border Agency
- Applications for Indefinite Leave
- Brexit – Permanent Residency applications
- British Citizenship Advice
- Chinese Specialist Immigration Advice
- Family Settlement Visas
- High-net-worth Individuals
- How We Can Help You
- Humanitarian and Asylum applications
- Malta Golden Visa
- Overseas Representative Visa
- Portugeuse Golden Visa
- Standard Visitor Visas
- Those Here in the UK Illegally
- Tier 4 Student Visas
- Tier 5 Visas
- Wider Employment Issues
Press Releases - 05/04/2018
Policy committee reappointment for Edwin Coe Immigration Lawyer