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The Immigration and Nationality (Fees) Regulations 2010

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Fees for applications for leave in the United Kingdom

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10.  (1)  In the case of an application to which article 3(2)(a) or (b) of the 2007 Order applies, where the application is for indefinite leave to remain in the United Kingdom, the fee is—

(a)subject to sub-paragraphs (b) and (c), £1095 for an application made in person at a Public Enquiry Office of the UK Border Agency of the Home Office;

(b)£992 where an application is made in person at a Public Enquiry Office of the UK Border Agency of the Home Office in so far as the application is in respect of a person—

(i)to whom paragraph (2) applies; and

(ii)who is a national of a state which has ratified the Council of Europe Social Charter;

(c)£1930 where an application is made in person at a Public Enquiry Office of the UK Border Agency of the Home Office in respect of a parent, grandparent or other dependant relative of a person present and settled in the United Kingdom, applying under paragraph 317 of the immigration rules;

(d)subject to sub-paragraphs (e) and (f), £840 for an application made by post or courier;

(e)£767 for an application made by post or courier in so far as the application is in respect of a person—

(i)to whom paragraph (2) applies; and

(ii)who is a national of a state which has ratified the Council of Europe Social Charter;

(f)£1680 where an application is made by post or courier and is in respect of a parent, grandparent or other dependant relative of a person present and settled in the United Kingdom, applying under paragraph 317 of the immigration rules.

(2) This paragraph applies to the following—

(a)a work permit holder;

(b)a highly skilled migrant;

(c)a Tier 1 (General) migrant;

(d)a Tier 1 (Entrepreneur) migrant;

(e)a Tier 2 migrant;

under the immigration rules.

(3) This regulation is subject to regulations 11, 12, 13, 14, 17, 18, 19 and 20.

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