Broudie Jackson Canter have been established for over 50 years, we pride ourselves on providing specialist immigration advice with a dedicated team in our Liverpool office. Immigration is a challenging and fast-moving area of law and our solicitors and caseworkers ensure that they stay up to date with developments. We can offer assistance with personal, business and asylum matters and ensure that you get clear advice and support. Below is some information about these areas of immigration to find what service suits your personal circumstance.
If you’re thinking about making an application, if you’re already dealing with a refusal or an appeal or you just want someone to point you in the right direction, we’re happy to look at where you are in the process and provide advice on your options.
Where do I stand? Initial consultation with our experts
For all new clients we begin with a ‘Where Do I Stand?’ consultation. Whatever your immigration situation is, it is always best to know the options open to you and what the respective pros and cons might be.
If you call our welcome team on 0151 282 1700 or email them at email@example.com they will be able to arrange a meeting, either in person or via video conferencing, with one of our specialists.
What if I’m not sure what type of help I need?
If our welcome team are unable to confirm whether we are able to assist, they will ask one of our immigration specialists to arrange a short call with you to check. If we can help, they’ll proceed to book your consultation and, if not, try and find an appropriate referral for your issue.
Get in touch
To find out more about this, or any aspect of our Immigration service, contact our experts in Liverpool today on 0151 282 1700.
Alternatively, you can make and enquiry or request a callback by clicking the following links:
Our fees for Immigration applications
All prices are excluding VAT unless stated otherwise. Where applicable, this will be added at 20%. Our fees also exclude all other costs such as UK Visa and Immigration fees, tribunal and court fees, barrister fees and the immigration health surcharge.
It must be noted that some applications are more complex than others and for this reason the prices quoted are indicative.
For example, if you are seeking to sponsor your partner to come to the UK under Appendix FM of the immigration rules, our fees may be higher than those quoted if you are self-employed, as such applications are more complex than if you are sponsoring someone to come to the UK and you are an employee. Another example may be if you are requesting that the Home Office exercise discretion when they are considering your case.
Prospective clients are advised to treat all amounts quoted below as indicative of the likely fees rather than the guaranteed final price. However in most cases the fees quoted as from will apply.
In any event fees will be agreed with you prior to you formally instructing us.
|EEA Settled and Pre-settled applications;
EEA National family membersOther EEA applications
From £700From £900
|One off consultation (Where Do I Stand? Meeting)
|£150 inc. VAT
|Entry clearance – spouse or partner
|Extension of leave to remain
|Indefinite leave to remain
|Naturalisation as a British citizen
|Human rights applications on the basis of private and family life in the UK / Over stayer applications.
Appeals to the First tier tribunal against immigration decisions
From £2000The fee can be paid in two instalments as follows;
Taking detailed instructions from you on the refusal and advising on your best option – whether to appeal or apply again.
If instructed to appeal we will;
Lodging grounds of appeal/making representations. This includes analysis of the initial application, checking supporting documents, examining the refusal letter, drafting grounds of appeal and lodging appeal, giving reasons why the decision should not have been refused and asking for the decision be reviewed by entry clearance officer.
If there is no review or a review is negative then to pursue the Appeal to hearing at the first tier tribunal our fees would be an additional £700.
Preparation of case
An additional £800 if the appeal proceeds at the First tier tribunal
|Skilled worker visa
|Health and Care worker visa
|Temporary work visa
|Graduate visa/Global Talent visa
Start-up visa/Innovator visa
Sponsorship license applications