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The Immigration and Nationality (Fees) Regulations 2018

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Fees in connection with sponsorship

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2.—(1) Table 14 specifies the amount of the fees for the specified applications for sponsor licences, for the issuing of certificates of sponsorship and confirmations of acceptance for studies, and for premium services for sponsors.

(2) Table 15 specifies the amount of fees for other specified applications and processes in connection with sponsorship.

Table 14 (Fees in relation to sponsor licences, premium services for sponsors, certificates of sponsorship and confirmations of acceptance for studies)

Number of feeType of application, service, or processAmount of fee
14.1Fees for applications for sponsor licences where the applicant is not a small or charitable sponsor
14.1.1Application for sponsor licence in respect of Tier 2 Migrants where the applicant is not a small or charitable sponsor.£1,476
14.1.2Application for sponsor licence in respect of Tier 4 Migrants where the applicant is not a small or charitable sponsor.£536
14.1.3Application for sponsor licence in respect of Tier 5 Migrants where the applicant is not a small or charitable sponsor.£536
14.1.4Application for sponsor licence in respect of Tier 2 and Tier 4 Migrants where the applicant is not a small or charitable sponsor.£1,476
14.1.5Application for sponsor licence in respect of Tier 2 and Tier 5 Migrants where the applicant is not a small or charitable sponsor.£1,476
14.1.6Application for sponsor licence in respect of Tier 2, Tier 4 and Tier 5 Migrants where the applicant is not a small or charitable sponsor.£1,476
14.2Fees for applications for sponsor licences where the applicant is a small or charitable sponsor
14.2.1Application for sponsor licence in respect of Tier 2 Migrants where the applicant is a small or charitable sponsor.£536
14.2.2Application for sponsor licence in respect of Tier 4 Migrants where the applicant is a small or charitable sponsor.£536
14.2.3Application for sponsor licence in respect of Tier 5 Migrants where the applicant is a small or charitable sponsor.£536
14.3Fees for premium services for sponsors
14.3.1The provision of premium services for sponsors in respect of Tier 2 and Tier 5 to a sponsor that is not a small or charitable sponsor for a period of 3 months.£6,250
14.3.2The provision of premium services for sponsors in respect of Tier 2 and Tier 5 to a small or charitable sponsor for a period of 3 months.£2,000
14.3.3The provision of premium services for sponsors in respect of Tier 2 and Tier 5 to a sponsor that is not a small or charitable sponsor for a period of 12 months.£25,000
14.3.4The provision of premium services for sponsors in respect of Tier 2 and Tier 5 to a small or charitable sponsor for a period of 12 months.£8,000
14.3.5The provision of premium services for sponsors in respect of Tier 4 to a sponsor for a period of 12 months.£8,000
14.3.6The expedited processing of a sponsorship management request made by a Tier 2 or Tier 5 sponsor, where the sponsor does not hold a valid premium service package for which one of fees 14.3.1 to 14.3.4 has been paid.£200
14.4Fees for the process of issuing certificates of sponsorship and confirmations of acceptance for studies
14.4.1The issuing of a certificate of sponsorship in respect of an application or potential application for leave to enter or leave to remain in the United Kingdom as a Tier 2 Migrant where the application is not made in respect of a CESC national (in which case no fee is payable).£199
14.4.2The issuing of a confirmation of acceptance for studies in respect of an application or potential application for leave to enter or leave to remain in the United Kingdom as a Tier 4 Migrant.£21
14.4.3The issuing of a certificate of sponsorship in respect of an application or potential application for leave to enter or leave to remain in the United Kingdom as a Tier 5 (Temporary Worker) Migrant where the application is not made in respect of a CESC national (in which case no fee is payable).£21

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