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MLC freezes its fees whilst Government immigration charges double

The Home Office’s Immigration Health Surcharge, which applies to temporary migrants (students, Tier 2 workers), is doubling from January 2019.

For students, the fee is expected to increase from £150 to £300 and for workers and visitors, £200 to £400. This means that, as an example, a five-year Tier 2 Visa entails that the surcharge increases from £1,000 to £2,000. According to the government, the scheme has brought in over £660m to the NHS since its launch in 2015. By increasing it, the Home Office expects to bring in a further £220m to be pumped into the NHS. This is certainly good for the NHS but it does increase the burden on those making applications to the Home Office.

Here at MLC Immigration Lawyers, we are fully committed to supporting our clients whichever way we can. So, the great news is that we have taken the easy decision to freeze our fees in the hope that this will provide a little financial assistance to clients. 

We know that the vast majority of our clients are hard working people who don’t necessarily have the funds to pay for these increases. It’s really going to make things difficult so we’re doing what we can by keeping our prices the same as 2018.

Annik Chaudery, MLC’s Managing Director

For more information on our services and fees, please contact us.

MLC Immigration Lawyers can assist you with your Personal or Business related application to the Home Office. We are one of the most highly rated immigration law firms in the UK with over 100 Five Star reviews Google and Facebook.

Email: info@mlcimmigration.com

Telephone: 0161 224 4224

Website: www.mlcimmigration.com

Absolutely amazing service. Very professional and friendly team.

I personally would rate 10 stars for my lawyer Annik, he is honest, efficient and straight to the point. His knowledge is expert and no flaw could be picked. I (and my eldest daughter) have been granted indefinite leave to remain this summer (2018), and my case isn’t straight forward like black and white, this shows how outstanding he (and the team) is. I will be visiting him again soon to help me with the application for continue my journey to became a British citizen, and my family as well.

Dr. Julie hsu
2019-01-07T18:25:13+00:00 January 6th, 2019|Uncategorised|

Case Study: How MLC Immigration Lawyers Is Helping Non-EU Nationals Naturalise As British Citizens

Find out how MLC Immigration Lawyers helped Ishtiak Jakaria to achieve his aim of becoming a British Citizen.


2018-12-08T08:24:03+00:00 December 7th, 2018|British Citizenship|

Surinder Singh Route – bringing families together in spite of Government policy

As the projected day of the UK’s departure from the EU, many Britons chose to return to their home country following years of working or doing business in the EU. (more…)

2018-12-03T22:06:05+00:00 December 3rd, 2018|Uncategorised|

EEA National’s Family Members – act now before it’s too late!

Before the UK’s departure from the European Union in March 2019, EEA nationals are still more than able to bring their family members over if they meet the requirements. As there is uncertainty over what will happen after Brexit, MLC will explain what the situation looks like until then for EEA national family members. (more…)

2018-11-23T16:25:51+00:00 November 23rd, 2018|Uncategorised|

Applying for British Citizenship..Lessons from the US

British Citizenship. Recently the Guardian wrote an opinion piece this weekend on America’s approach to securing nationality. It seems to be a more relaxed approach and not one mirrored by the UK, despite arising from English common law. (more…)

2018-11-08T18:32:21+00:00 November 8th, 2018|Uncategorised|

Can I work whilst awaiting a Home Office decision on 3C Leave?

The Guardian recently published an article on Kehinde’s legal success; a Nigerian woman who has won the the right to work whilst she is awaiting a decision on her immigration status due to her serious, ongoing illness and need to afford medication and to pay for general living costs.


2018-08-31T22:46:40+00:00 August 31st, 2018|Uncategorised|

Visa Misery for Foreign Spouses…but help is at hand 

When getting engaged, worries should include whether your soon-to-be spouse leaves the fridge door open or if they snore during the night. They should not include the prospective partner’s nationality and the difficulty in gaining a spouse visa.  (more…)

2018-08-23T10:31:05+00:00 August 23rd, 2018|Spouse Visa|