Home Office changes to immigration and nationality charges
The Home Office is increasing immigration and nationality fees, which come into effect on 6 April 2017.
Applications made in the UK
One of the steepest increases is in applications for indefinite leave to remain in the UK, which increases from £1,875 to £2,297. Other leave to remain applications increase from £811 to £993.
Applications for naturalisation have increased from £1,236 to £1,282, which includes the citizenship ceremony fee of £80.
Nationality registrations as British citizens increase from £1,121 to £1,163 for adults and from £936 to 973 for children.
Applications made outside the UK
Settlement applications have increased from £1,195 to £1,464. Settlement applications for dependant relatives has also increased from £2,676 to £3,250.
Applications for visit visas have some minor increases but which don’t make too much difference to the original fee.
You can see the full list of fee changes on the Home Office policy papers:
Immigration and nationality fees for all applications made from outside and within the UK.
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