Our Fees Guide
Our aim at Gracefields Solicitors is to always provide our clients with professional advice and services at the most cost-efficient manner. The Fees Guide below is provided in compliance with the SRA transparency rules, and they relate to our fees for the services we provide in immigration (excluding Asylum) matters. The list below represents the range of the fixed fees we usually charge for the various services listed, and are subject to VAT, where applicable. Please note that the fees below do not include disbursements such as Home Office fees or counsel’s fees where necessary.
|IMMIGRATION Applications (Excluding Asylum)|
|All categories of entry clearance applications||£500 - £850 (No VAT)|
|Application for renewal/extension of Leave to Remain||£750-£1000|
|Points-based system applications, including students'visas'||£750 - £1000|
|Application to regularise immigration status.||£850 - £1250 (No VAT)|
|Application for Family Reunion||£500 - £850 (No VAT)|
|Application for Indefinite Leave to Remain (Settlement)||£800 - £1200|
|Application for EU Residence Documentation||£500 - £750|
|Application for EU Permanent Residence Card||£750 - £950|
|Appeals against Home Office refusal decisions||£1000 - £1500|
|Judicial Review: Pre-action protocol letter only||£350 - £500|
|Judicial Review (application for permission)||£1000 - £1500|
|Judicial Review hearing (following permission)||£1500 - £2000|
|Application for immigration bail (including hearing)||£600 - £1000|
|Challenge against Removal Directions or Deportation||£1500-£2500|
|Application for naturalisation as a British citizen||£500 - £800|
|Applications for registration of children as British citizens||£400 - £500|
Our Complaints Procedure
At Gracefields Solicitors our approach is to always provide clients with services that are focused to their individual needs, and we are committed to high quality professional legal advice and client care.
However, should there be any aspects of our services with which you are unhappy or not completely satisfied (including our fees), we encourage you to raise the matter with the caseworker handling your case in the first instance, either by phone, e-mail, or by post to our office.
If you are not satisfied with the response you receive from your case handler, we have a complaints procedure which details how we handle complaints. Please request for this and details will be made available to you. We will usually have eight weeks within which to consider your complaint, and if we have not resolved it within this time you may complain to the Legal Ombudsman.
Also, if you are not satisfied with our handling of your complaint, then and after eight weeks have elapsed since your initial letter of complaint, you may request the Legal Ombudsman to consider the complaint. They can be contacted as follows:
P O Box 15870,
Birmingham B30 9EB;
Normally you will need to bring a complaint to the Legal Ombudsman within six months of receiving a final written response from us about your complaint.