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On 26 February 2016, the government announced that its fees increases for visas, immigration and nationality applications and associated premium services will now come into force earlier than expected and will be effective from 18 March 2016. This is earlier than initially reported in our last alert which we sent you on 12 January 2016, as the government has brought forward the date from 6 April to 18 March.
As previously reported, the main changes are:
Small increases (2%) for visit, study and work visas as follows:
Priority processing fees will rise by 25% as follows:
Fees for settlement and naturalisation as a British citizen will increase by 25% as follows:
Fees for all sponsor licensing applications will stay at the current rates.
The new fees for applications can be found in the fees table.
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