Current UK Visa Fees (Immigration Fees) effective from 6 April 2018

Category of applicationApply from outside of the UK after 6 April 2018Apply from inside of the UK after 6 April 2018 (online or by post)Apply in the UK in person with the premium service
Tier 1 (Investor) visa    £1,623   £1,623
Tier 1 (Entrepreneur) visa    £1,021   £1,277
Tier 2 (General) visa- 3 years    £610   £704   £1,314
Tier 2 (General) visa- 5 years   £1,220  £1,408
Sole representative visa   £610  £704  N/A
Spouse visa   £1,523  £1,033  £1,643
Sponsorship License Application £536- Small company

£1,476- Large company

MN-1 (Registration child – British Citizenship)  N/A  £1,012  N/A
Indefinite Leave to Remain (Settlement)  £1,523  £2,389  £2,999
AN (Naturalisation – British Citizenship)  N/A   £1,330   N/A
Visit visa- short up to 6 months   £93   N/A
Visit visa- long up to 2 years   £350   N/A
Visit visa – long up to 5 years  £636   N/A
Visit visa – long up to 10 years   £798  N/A
EEA Applications (all forms)  Free  £65  N/A


A full list of the new UK Immigration, Visa and Nationality Fees please refer to the government’s web-site:

Please note the current UK visa fees came into effect from 6 April 2018, it might increase from the new finical year.

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