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Boeing & Wise LLP can put you in touch with Trinity College London who offer english language tests.
Trinity Secure English Language Tests (SELTs) are approved for applications to UKVI for visas, UK visa renewal, British Citizenship and Leave to Remain.
Our expert team provide a range of immigration legal services from advising on basic immigration law matters, to reviewing documents in relation to citizenship applications to legal representation in the Tribunals, all at affordable and competitive rates.
Boeing & Wise have extensive experience in assisting clients in applying for asylum, visas and appealing decisions made by the UKBA and Entry Clearance Officers.
The objective of our team is to help our clients assert their fundamental human rights by providing a friendly, fast and professional legal service. Contact one of our expert immigration law specialist today to see how our services could benefit you.
We strive to ensure that each client is provided with the very best advise, ensuring that our client care is at the forefront of our service. We operate a case by case approach to each new client as no one case is the same in our eyes.
Our expert team can assist you with understanding the rules that apply to any Visa application, from General Tier 1 Visas, to post-study work visas, to study visas, to sponsored skilled workers visas. We can assist if you are an employer and wish to employ staff from overseas.
We have extensive experience of dealing with clients from a wide range of backgrounds and nationalities. As such, as have a wealth of experience in dealing with many different types of visa applications. Contact us today to see how we can help you.
Applying to become a British Citizen will be a significant decision. Any person now applying for Indefinite Leave to Remain in the UK is required to undertake the ‘Life in the UK’ test as a demonstration that they have sufficient knowledge of the English language and of like in the UK. We can advise clients as to how to book these tests and how to prepare.
If this is something you are considering, it is important you consult with an immigration specialist before proceeding with any application in order to eliminate stress on your part and save you the cost of potentially submitting an incorrect application.
There are different ways an individual can obtain citizenship in the UK. These include through the process of registration and through naturalisation at the discretion of the Secretary of State. Boeing & Wise can assist you understand both these methods and whether your application meets the specific rules and requirements involved.
In most instances when an individual enters the UK, they are granted a period of leave to remain with the option of extending it. Applications seeking extensions for leave to remain can be separated into three categories. The first has been noted above and that is, applications requesting ‘indefinite leave to remain.’
The second and third categories include applications to extend an existing leave to remain period and when clients require switching from one immigration category into another. Boeing & Wise can help you in relation to all these different immigration issues.
We have an impressive track record of assisting clients prepare applications to the Home Office and representing clients in appeals in the Immigration tribunals. The Home Office can refuse an application based on the wrong forms being use or documentation being incomplete or the incorrect fee being paid.
Our expert team can assist clients with all these types of issues and prepare and submit an application on your behalf in order to assist you achieve the outcome you require.
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Most of our immigration work is offered on a fixed fee basis offering clients the peace of mind that the costs quoted at the outset of the case will not increase at a later date.
We undertake a broad range of immigration work and detail below the costs relating to common applications. Should your enquiry be based upon a matter not listed below, please contact our offices for a specific quotation.
|Matter Type||Costs Estimate||VAT|
|Entry Clearance Applications||£1,000 to £1,750||Nil|
|In-Country Applications||£1,000 to £1,750||Chargeable|
|Points Based Applications||£1,000 to £2,500||Chargeable if Applicant in UK|
|Sponsor Licence Applications||£1,500 to £2,500||Chargeable|
|Civil Penalty Notice||£500 to £5,000||Chargeable|
|Nationality Applications||£750 to £1,250||Chargeable|
|Appeal Representation||£1,500 to £2,500||Chargeable if Appellant in UK|
|EEA Pre-settled Status Application||£350||Chargeable|
|EEA Settled Status Application||£500||Chargeable|
|EEA Permanent Residence Application||£750||Chargeable|
|EEA Family Permit Visa Application||£750||Nil|
|Nationality Application||£750 - £1,250||Chargeable|
All of our immigration solicitors have over 20 years’ experience in immigration law and our fees quoted above are calculated on the basis of an average hourly rate of £217 excluding VAT. They exclude VAT and VAT at 20% will be added if applicable. The exact number of hours it will take depends on the circumstances of each case. Such as:
If you are able to provide sufficient evidence at our first meeting and clearly meet the applicable Immigration Rules, the cost is likely to be at the lower end of this range.
Our immigration team advises on all types of UK immigration applications. If the service you require is not listed above, please contact the immigration team and we will provide you with a quotation for your individual case.
The fees above do not include disbursements (see below) or the costs of any appeals.
The work will depend on the matter and complexity of the instructions however typically involve:
The above fee estimates do not include disbursements. These are costs/fees related to your matter that are payable to third parties such as home office fees. We can handle the payment of disbursements on your behalf, provided we have funds on account, or you can pay directly.
The Home Office fees vary depending on the kind of application and the duration of the visa, and the appointment costs will vary depending on where and how the application will be submitted and whether a priority service for expedited determination is being utilised.
As well as the Home Office fees, appointment costs, Immigration Health Surcharge costs and any required translation costs, applicants may also incur costs for the following (please note, however, that the below is not an exhaustive list of all possible costs and they do not apply to every type of application):
Home Office Applications Fees, these can ordinarily be paid by you by provision of card details.
Any Immigration Health Surcharge payable.
Immigration Appeal Fees are presently £140.00.
We cannot guarantee how long the Home Office will take to process your application.
We will normally be able to submit the above type of applications within 2 to 6 weeks of you instructing us, but we will let you know at the earliest opportunity if it is likely to take longer than this. The time taken to prepare your application will depend on the complexity of your case and how quickly we receive the required supporting evidence from you.
The timescale taken to process an immigration appeals can vary, in-country appeals are ordinarily heard within 3 to 6 months, overseas immigration appeals are ordinarily heard between 12 to 18 months.
Only a fully qualified Solicitor with at least 5 years of experience will carryout any work on your case.