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Asylum and Immigration (Treatment of Claimants, etc.) Act 2004


14.The provisions:

  • provide that the Secretary of State may set a fee for specific types of non-asylum immigration applications at a level which exceeds the administrative cost of determining or processing the application in question and reflects the benefits that the Secretary of State believes are likely to accrue to the successful applicant; and

  • extend the scope of the existing power to prescribe fees for applications to transfer an indefinite leave stamp into a new passport, to cover applications to transfer limited leave stamps.

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