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EEA application Pricing
We are committed to total transparency with our EEA application pricing. We will always endeavour to agree costs in advance of any case once we have had an opportunity to assess your requirements and the level of work required to reach completion.
The following information is provided in accordance with the Solicitors Regulation Authority’s Transparency Rules and in order to provide a good estimate of the sort of level of fee you will pay if you were to instruct us to assist with an EEA application, such as an EEA Family Permit or EEA Settlement Scheme.
It is possible that there may be other costs that you would need to cover in addition to our fixed fees and we have also provided information on those. Our aim is to enable you to have a good understanding of what the overall costs may be for your EEA application.
Type of work and costs involved
Type of work: Fixed fee EEA application
Costs involved: Average cost of £1500
(All figures exclude VAT unless explicitly stated)
Please note: our fixed fees are non-refundable.
What is included in the fixed fee:
- Initial attendance and discussion of available options
- Assessing the most appropriate course of action and application based on specific circumstances
- Advising on requirements of the immigration rules /guidance related to EEA applications and specific evidence
- Advising on method of submission priority
- Assessing and advising on supporting evidence
- Sourcing and obtaining further evidence. This might include engaging with third parties where permitted, such as medical experts, banks and employers
- Collating and preparing supporting evidence
- Preparing detailed representations with index and finalising application submission.
- Further submission/ providing updates on progress
- Advising on outcome of application /implications of status/application and next steps
What is not included in the fixed fee:
- Any Home Office Fees for making the EEA application. This is paid to the Home Office directly as part of the application process. You can find an updated list of Home Office Fees here.
- Advice and assistance in relation to appeals for refused EEA applications.
- Disbursements paid to third parties.
Potential expenses and disbursements are listed below:
- Printing and photocopying
We will let you know as far in advance as possible when these additional fees are due to be incurred.
Please note: some experts and professional charge VAT and others do not if they are not registered for VAT.
Factors that affect our fixed fees
- The type and amount of supporting evidence that is being considered
- Which language(s) you speak
- Whether any other dependants are included in an EEA application
- Additional issues that may affect an application such as past refusals, criminal convictions and/or adverse immigration history
If you can provide sufficient evidence and clearly meet the applicable immigration rules, the costs are likely to be at the lower end of the range.
How long does work for EEA applications take to complete?
On average, the work involved in an EEA application takes 15 hours to reach completion.
Who completes work for EEA applications?
Immigration solicitor – Kam Dhanjal
Immigration solicitor – Pritesh Davdra
How long does it take to make an EEA application?
Timescale to submit an EEA application
EEA applications from the start of instructions take up to six - eight weeks on average. The exact time it takes will depend on various factors, including the complexity of applicant's immigration history.
Timescale on return of EEA application
It is not possible to guarantee exactly how long the Home Office will take to process your application. You can learn more about the current processing times here.
Please note the anticipated number of hours and fees are an estimate based on the facts above. Each individual EEA application is unique, which means the hours and fees can vary from case to case. Our team will be able to give you a more accurate estimate of hours and fees once we have more information about your specific case and what actions need to be taken.