Immigration Fees

At MWG Solicitors, we offer a range of fixed-fee immigration services. Our experienced immigration team have devised affordable fixed-fee packages to ensure you get the maximum value from our services.

There are many different methods of settlement. Our immigration solicitors in Manchester will take the time to understand your situation and the resolution that you hope to achieve before advising you clearly on the law applicable to your situation. This commitment has seen the standard of our immigration advice receive high praise from our existing clients.

Our fixed fees do not include disbursements such as barrister fees, application fees or VAT. If the matter is terminated before completion, we will charge you on an hourly basis. Any work carried outside the fixed fee agreement will be charged at an hourly rate.

All our fees are exclusive of VAT which is applied at the current rate of 20%. VAT has to be included in our fees and all disbursements. VAT only applies if your usual place of residence is in the UK. If you are not a resident of the UK, or have entered the UK illegally with no leave to remain, or you are an asylum seeker, you may not be liable to pay VAT.

The below charges are subject to how complex your matter is. Your matter will be assessed in the initial assessment to confirm the exact fixed fees. To schedule a consultation with our solicitors, call us on 0161 835 2446.

Our Fixed Fees

Initial consultation fee (for all cases)

Our fees:
Immigration Advice*
One-off application checking service

UK Visitor Visas

Our fees:
Visitor Visa
Business Visitor Visa

Family Members

Services: Our fees:
Entry Clearance Spouse visa £1,000
Entry Clearance Fiancé(e) visa £1,000
Entry Clearance unmarried partners £1,500
Entry Clearance Adult Dependent relative £2,500
Entry Clearance as a child £1,000
FLR-M £1,000
FLR- unmarried partner £1,200
FLR-FP £1,000
Family reunion £1,500
Long Residence (20 years) £2,500
Ancestry visa £1,500

EU Settlement Scheme Applications

Services: Our fees:
Pre-settled status £250
Settled status £250

Indefinite leave to remain/enter

Services: Our fees:
Indefinite leave to remain after 2 years’ marriage (old rules) £1,500
Indefinite leave to remain after 5 years’ marriage (new rules) £1,250
Indefinite leave to remain after 10 years £1,500
Indefinite leave to enter- Child £1,500
NTL BRP card £600

Citizenship and nationality

Services: Our fees:
Naturalisation £1,200
Registering a Child as a British Citizen £750
Overseas British passport application £1,000
Nullity and deprivation of Citizenship £2,000

Student visa

Services: Our fees:
Entry Clearance Tier-4 Student visa £1,000

Business Immigration

Services: Our fees:
Start Up Visa £1,500
Innovator visa £1,500
Skilled Worker Sponsor Licence £2,500
Skilled Worker visa £1,000
Skilled Worker visa entry clearance- Ministry of Religion £1,000
Skilled Worker visa extension- Ministry of Religion £1,000
Temporary Worker Sponsor licence £2,500
Temporary Worker visa £1,000
Temporary Worker entry clearance- Religious Worker £1,000
Youth Mobility (T5) entry clearance £1,000
Sole Representative visa £5,000
Tier 1 Entrepreneur extensions £3,000

Deportation EEA and Non-EEA Nationals

Services: Our fees:
Preparing legal representations £1,700
Immigration bail application £850
Deportation Appeals £2,500


Services: Our fees:
Application for asylum £1,500
Travel Documents & Certificates of Travel £700


Services: Our fees:
Judicial Review £5,000

Airport refusal

Services: Our fees:
Refused admission to the UK £1,500


Services: Our fees:
First-tier Tribunal £2,500

*Immigration advice fee can be adjusted in the professional fee quoted, if you decide to instruct us within 2 weeks.


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 fees, court application fees, 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.

How long will my application take?

We cannot guarantee how long the Home Office will take to process your application. Check the current processing times for in-country applications.

We are usually able to submit applications within 3 weeks of you instructing us but can submit applications much quicker than this if required. We will let you know at the earliest opportunity if it is likely to take longer than this or there is any advantage in your application being submitted at a later date.


All work is supervised by Partner Irfan Munir who is a qualified solicitor.

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