Fees: Personal Legal Representation

At Seraphus we offer a fixed-fee pricing system.
On this page you can find information about our fees for the type of application you are making.

How much is the Personal Legal Representation Service?

At Seraphus we offer personal legal representation and other immigration services based on a fixed-fee pricing system. This approach is based on our principle of providing fair and good quality advice for all – whether you are an individual or a family. Rather than work on an hourly rate, we offer certainty and peace of mind by working on a fixed fee basis. Our fixed fees match industry standards while maintaining our high-quality work.

The fees are based on the type of application you are making. In general, more complex applications and circumstances will attract a higher-level fee, because they will take longer to prepare thoroughly.

Our fee estimate table below provides the starting fee for one application, although the fees may be higher depending on your circumstances. An accurate quote for your immigration situation will be provided to you after assessing your situation during a Video Consultation.

Estimated fees

  • Please note the Seraphus fees do not include:
  • • Home Office application fees.
  • • Third party costs or disbursements, for example translation fees, interpreter costs, independent expert reports.
  • • Travel or expenses to attend in person meetings or court hearings.

Price starts from this fee. Prices exclude VAT.
Visitor £1500
Spouse and partner and fiancé £1500
Child or parent applications £1500
Adult dependent relative and Ancestry £2000
EU Settlement scheme applications £1500
British Citizenship and Refugee Family Reunion £1250
Private life and long residence £2000
Student, graduate, High Potential Investor and Youth Mobility£1500
Skilled worker visa £1500
Immigration Reviews £500
Judicial Reviews (to lodge and cover work until a decision is taken)£2000
Appeals for First Tier Tribunal start at this rate (excludes counsel fees)£2000

What factors can increase the fees?

  • Additional dependents on the application.
  • Country of application.
  • Urgency of the application.
  • Complexity of the application due to previous refusals, prior criminal convictions or due to other unforeseen circumstances.
  • Complexity of the facts and law related to the case. 
  • Whether the application clearly meets the immigration rules. 
  • Quality and amount of supporting documents available for the application. 
  • The required contact needed with you and the amount of enquires you send. 

Start your journey with us

Book a Video Consultation via the link to start your immigration journey with us.