Tag Archives: Fees

President Blake blasts postal payments

Basnet (validity of application – respondent) Nepal [2012] UKUT 113 (IAC) (04 April 2012) A very large number of immigration applications are made in the post. In this important case the Upper Tribunal (President Blake and Judge Macleman) found that … Continue reading

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Increased fees from April

The immigration minister Mr Damian Green has issued a statement in which he proposes to increase fees for applications to study, visit, work or stay in the UK. The government will introduce the fees by laying two separate regulations in Parliament. … Continue reading

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New UKBA fees

From  Monday 22 November the UKBA will introduce new application fees for applications for entry clearance (0verseas) and further leave to remain (in country)  for work, study or other purposes. The Agency is charging fees by setting them above the cost of … Continue reading

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Home secretary signals end of settlement for skilled workers and students

Speaking on future action in relation to immigration policies while addressing the Conservative party conference the home secretary, Theresa May, intimated the government’s intentions to stop the right to permanent settlement for more than 100,000 skilled workers and 320,000 overseas students … Continue reading

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Visa fees, the budget, and UKBA “products”

Once a “welfare state” – after long years of Thatcherism and New Labour, and a few months of the “coalition government” elected on 6 May 2010 – the UK is a very confused place about whose welfare the state is … Continue reading

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