Our Fees

Every client values transparency in all aspects of their legal matters and especially when it comes to costs. Our aim is to save you money by getting things done right the first time and although we can not give you an exact date as to when you will hear from the Home Office or the courts, we can give you peace of mind from the start by clarifying our fees. To keep matters simple we operate a fixed fee structure meaning you are not incurring costs when you need to speak with us or email us.

Consultation charges :

  • Initial partial advice: FREE [upto 15 Mins]
  • Full Consultation: Video- calling – £100
  • Full Consultation: By telephone – £100
  • Full Consultation: In-person – £100

Our Current rates :

  • Hourly rate for non-fixed fee matters (18yrs PQE) – £395
  • Hourly rate for non-fixed fee matters (14yrs PQE) – £250
  • Hourly rate for non-fixed fee matters (other) – £175 – £225
  • Single hour consultation and legal options letter – £350
  • Letter sent on clients’ behalf – from £100
  • Statutory Declarations – from £150
  • Attestations – from £15 per page / ID
  • Other documents ie. company solvency or insolvency documents – per document: £25

Immigration Matters: Fixed Fee

  • Visa application checking fee – from £350
  • Visitor Visa – from £850
  • FLR(FP) – single – from £850 plus Home Office fees
  • FLR(FP) – family – from £1500 plus Home Office fees
  • Naturalisation – from £750 plus Home Office fees
  • Appeals – from £3000 plus court fees
  • Spouse/Fiancé Entry Clearance Application – £1500
  • Extension applications – from £1000 plus Home Office fees
  • Business Immigration inc Overseas Business Representative – from £4500
  • Tier Two applications – from £1500
  • Asylum preparation – from £2000
  • Judicial Review – from £1500 + £154 court fee
  • For your particular application, please call us for a quote.

Analysis of costs

There are three main elements to the legal costs of any matter:

  • Our charges
  • Expenses paid relating to your matter that are paid to third parties, and are called ‘disbursements’
  • Costs that you may have to pay to another party

What are ‘Disbursements?

The Home Office fees and expenses for third parties are paid by you directly to the relevant authority/company.
An example of disbursements for immigration cases may include, but are not limited to;

  • Visa application fees
  • The Immigration Health Surcharge
  • Biometric fees
  • Translation of documents
  • Postage costs
  • English language exam
  • External Barristers fees

Many of the above example disbursements may not apply to your case and are listed to give an indication of typical immigration-related costs. As these fees are not set by RG Solicitors, we are unable to confirm the full cost until we are formally instructed to act for you in your immigration matter.