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

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EXPLANATORY NOTE

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The Secretary of State specified in the Immigration and Nationality (Fees) Order 2007 (S.I. 2007/807), (as amended by the Immigration and Nationality (Fees)(Amendment) Order 2008 S.I. 2008/106 and the Immigration and Nationality (Fees)(Amendment) Order S.I. 2009/420) applications and processes in connection with immigration or nationality in respect of which a fee was to be charged. The Secretary of State in prescribing a fee for applications referred to in these Regulations relies on his powers under s.51 of the Immigration, Asylum and Nationality Act 2006.

These Regulations revoke and replace, with modifications, the Immigration and Nationality (Cost Recovery Fees) Regulations 2010 (S.I.2010/228).

The Regulations specify a fee for certain matters and set out relevant exceptions. The Regulations also set out the consequences for failing to pay a specified fee.

Regulation 3 specifies fees for limited leave to remain applications for Tier 5 migrants and Tier 5 (Temporary Worker) migrants in respect of nationals of a state which has ratified the Council of Europe Social Charter.

Regulation 4 specifies fees for limited leave to remain applications made by post as a Tier 4 migrant.

Regulations 5 to 9 provide a number of exceptions in respect of leave to remain applications.

Regulation 10 sets out fees for entry clearance applications into the United Kingdom.

Regulations 11 and 12 provide a number of exceptions and waivers in respect of fees for entry clearance applications.

Regulation 13 specifies the fee for an application to transfer conditions whilst within the United Kingdom and also when outside the United Kingdom.

Regulation 14 specifies a fee for the application of a work card in respect of a seasonal agricultural worker.

Regulation 15 specifies fees for travel documents.

Regulation 16 specifies the fee for a transit visa.

Regulation 17 specifies fees for a certificate of entitlement to the right of abode.

Regulation 18 specifies a fee for an application for a document recording biometric information.

Regulations 19 to 21 specify fees for sponsorship licences in relation to small sponsors.

Regulation 22 specifies fees for sponsorship licences in relation to those persons who already hold a valid licence in respect of Tier 4, Tier 5 or Tier 4 and 5 migrants and are not small sponsors.

Regulation 23 specifies a fee for issuing a certificate of sponsorship.

Regulation 24 specifies a fee for arranging a citizenship ceremony.

Regulation 25 specifies a fee for the administration of a citizenship oath or oath and pledge.

Regulation 26 specifies a fee for the supply of a certified copy of a notice, certificate, order, declaration or entry made under the 1981 Act, the former nationality Acts or the 1997 Act.

Regulation 27 specifies a fee for an application to amend a valid work permit document.

Regulation 28 specifies a fee for the provision of a letter or other document confirming immigration or nationality status.

Regulation 29 specifies a fee for the provision of services connected to immigration or nationality applications where those services are carried out either away from consular offices or the offices of the UK Border Agency, or where those services are being provided outside of working hours.

Regulation 30 specifies a fee for reconsideration of an application for naturalisation or an application for registration which has been refused by the Secretary of State.

Regulation 31 makes a provision for the refund of the fee charged for reconsideration under regulation 30.

Regulation 32 specifies a fee for the issuing of an action plan to a sponsor under the immigration rules.

Regulation 33 specifies the fee for the registration of a declaration of renunciation.

Regulation 34 specifies the consequences of failing to provide the specified fee under these Regulations.

Regulation 35 revokes the Immigration and Nationality (Cost Recovery) Fees Regulations 2010 (S.I. 2010/228).

A regulatory impact assessment of the effect that this instrument will have on the costs of business and the voluntary sector is available from the UKBA website www.ukba.homeoffice.gov.uk.

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