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New immigration fees proposed

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Post by Greenie » Thu Feb 09, 2012 1:33 pm

Interesting that PSW is not present on this list. Perhaps this suggests it will go from 6th April also but that is just an educated guess.

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Post by fahadz1 » Thu Feb 09, 2012 1:57 pm

Greenie wrote:Interesting that PSW is not present on this list. Perhaps this suggests it will go from 6th April also but that is just an educated guess.
i was checking for ILR . they have increased 20 pounds in that. Thats acceptable....

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Post by sunil.suneel » Thu Feb 09, 2012 3:16 pm

Subject to parliamentary approval the Government hopes to bring the new fees into force from 6th April 2012.

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Post by tipu20 » Thu Feb 09, 2012 4:25 pm

PBS Route are the most increased !! it's not clear if they are same for ILR under PBS route or not.

Tier 1 (General): PEO, main applicant
current £1,300
Proposed £1,800


Tier 1 (General): PEO, each dependant
current £650
Proposed £900


Page 5 of the document

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Post by sunil.suneel » Thu Feb 09, 2012 4:51 pm

ILR fees are clearly mentioned as :

ILR Postal Main £991
ILR Postal All dependants £496

ILR PEO Main £1,377
ILR PEO Dependant £689

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Post by innocentdevil » Thu Feb 09, 2012 6:27 pm

mr green is taking piss. bleeding eck. :evil: :evil:

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Post by aruni4470 » Thu Feb 09, 2012 7:47 pm

In developing these proposals, the UK Border Agency has sought to limit most increases to
approximately 2%. In addition, the fees paid by dependants, for applications made within
the UK, are being maintained at the current level of 50% of a main applicant’s fee. In future
the UK Border Agency will look to charge the same fee in the UK for dependants and main
applicants, as currently already happens for visa applications made overseas.

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Post by LondonBoy1 » Fri Feb 10, 2012 2:18 pm

I wonder why did they listed ILR in Non PBS while when you apply you do have to score points for age, earning, qualification. Or I am wrong :?

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Post by Greenie » Fri Feb 10, 2012 3:33 pm

LondonBoy1 wrote:I wonder why did they listed ILR in Non PBS while when you apply you do have to score points for age, earning, qualification. Or I am wrong :?
Although you have to show you meet certain criteria as in the points based system an application for ILR is not a points based application.

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Post by sojan » Sat Feb 11, 2012 12:21 pm

Residual FLR IED PEO - Main - 867
Residual FLR IED PEO - Dependants - 434

Is that "Residual FLR Dependant" same is the same as normal FLR for dependent?

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Post by ilraspirant » Sun Feb 12, 2012 1:10 am

any idea like when this will become law ?

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Post by nnj10 » Sun Feb 12, 2012 8:08 am

sunil.suneel wrote:ILR fees are clearly mentioned as :

ILR Postal Main £991
ILR Postal All dependants £496

ILR PEO Main £1,377
ILR PEO Dependant £689
Looking at the table headline, it says it is for In country-Non PBS.
Guess it is for people who are under non-PBS like Old WP and other scheme.
But again as OldWP and T1G(PBS), uses the same form (SET-O) I wonder how they will have 2 different fees (If T1G is higher than that, Which I clearly think it will be for ILR based on T1G, simply because old fee for ILR from table (non-PBS) is £496, but current fee for dependent is already £650; I am sure they will not lower fees for T1G dependent).

Hopefully a new form/guidance will spell out how much we have to shell out for main applicant and each dependent.
It could very well be same fees as
Tier-1 (G) Main Applicant from £1300 -> £1800
Tier-1 (G) Dependent from £650 -> £900

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Post by Greenie » Sun Feb 12, 2012 8:41 am

sojan wrote:Residual FLR IED PEO - Main - 867
Residual FLR IED PEO - Dependants - 434

Is that "Residual FLR Dependant" same is the same as normal FLR for dependent?
IED stands for immigration employment document.

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Post by nnj10 » Wed Mar 14, 2012 7:55 pm

Is there any further update to new fees (from 6/4/12) for ILR based on T1G?
£1800 or £1377 for main applicant?
And £900 or £689 for each dependent?
Information and/or advice provided by me is of general nature and is not intended to substitute for informed professional legal or other professional advice.

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Post by sunil.suneel » Thu Mar 15, 2012 1:28 pm

nnj10 wrote:Is there any further update to new fees (from 6/4/12) for ILR based on T1G?
£1800 or £1377 for main applicant?
And £900 or £689 for each dependent?
Where is it mentioned as 1800 for ILR PEO ?

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Post by innocentdevil » Thu Mar 15, 2012 1:52 pm

1800 cannot be right surely :evil: :evil:

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Post by John » Thu Mar 15, 2012 3:41 pm

If you check the link in the opening post in this topic you will see that the fee of £1850 is for "ILR Dependant Relative Postal", and it is even worse for "ILR Dependant Relative PEO" which is no less than £2258 !
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Post by sunil.suneel » Thu Mar 15, 2012 6:27 pm

John wrote:If you check the link in the opening post in this topic you will see that the fee of £1850 is for "ILR Dependant Relative Postal", and it is even worse for "ILR Dependant Relative PEO" which is no less than £2258 !

Why are we seeing "ILR Dependant Relative"

Though the previous fees for these categories are £1,814 & £2,214 , the change is very minimal about £36 & £44 .

Not a big difference ....

Also are we not supposed to just ILR postal & ILR PEO which is 991 & 1377 ??? which is £19 and £27 extra ????

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Post by sunil.suneel » Thu Mar 15, 2012 6:39 pm

And when is this change in fees coming into effect ????

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