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The Immigration and Nationality (Cost Recovery Fees) (No.2) Regulations 2010

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  1. Introductory Text

  2. 1.Citation, commencement and interpretation

  3. 2.In these Regulations— “the 1981 Act” means the British Nationality...

  4. 3.Fees for applications for leave to remain in the United Kingdom

  5. 4.(1) In the case of an application to which article...

  6. 5.Exceptions in respect of leave to remain applications

  7. 6.No fee is payable in respect of an application referred...

  8. 7.No fee is payable in respect of an application referred...

  9. 8.No fee is payable in respect of an application referred...

  10. 9.(1) Where two or more applications for leave to remain...

  11. 10.Fees for entry clearance

  12. 11.Exceptions and waivers in respect of fees for entry clearance applications

  13. 12.The official determining the application may waive the payment of...

  14. 13.Fees for transfer of conditions

  15. 14.Fee for a work card in respect of a seasonal agricultural worker

  16. 15.Fees for travel documents (not including passports)

  17. 16.Fee for a transit visa

  18. 17.Fee for a certificate of entitlement to the right to abode

  19. 18.Fee for an application for a document recording biometric information

  20. 19.Fees for sponsorship licences

  21. 20.Subject to regulation 21, in the case of an application...

  22. 21.In the case of an application to which article 3(2)(p)...

  23. 22.(1) In the case of an application to which article...

  24. 23.Fee for the process of issuing a certificate of sponsorship

  25. 24.Fee for arranging a citizenship ceremony

  26. 25.Fee for the administration of a citizenship oath, or oath and pledge

  27. 26.Fee for the supply of a certified copy

  28. 27.Fee for technical changes to a work permit document

  29. 28.Fee for a letter or other document confirming immigration or nationality status

  30. 29.Fee for services in connection with immigration or nationality applications

  31. 30.Fee for reconsideration of an application for naturalisation or registration

  32. 31.(1) The official determining reconsideration of the application for naturalisation...

  33. 32.Fee for the issuing of an action plan

  34. 33.Fees for the registration of a declaration of renunciation

  35. 34.Consequences of failing to pay the fee

  36. 35.Revocation

  37. Signature

  38. Explanatory Note

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