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The Immigration and Nationality (Fees) Regulations 2018

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Fees for other applications in connection with sponsorship

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3.—(1) Where a person holding an existing valid sponsor licence applies to add an additional Tier or additional Tiers to that licence, the fee payable is the sum equivalent to the difference (if any) between the fee already paid for the licence, and the highest fee chargeable in respect of a licence for any of the additional Tiers applied for.

(2) If the fee already paid is equal to or greater than that chargeable in respect of a licence for each additional Tier applied for, no further fee is payable.

(3) Where a person holding an existing valid sponsor licence applies for a separate licence, the fee payable is the full fee chargeable in respect of a licence for the relevant Tier.

Table 15 (Fees for other applications and processes in connection with sponsorship)

Number of feeType of application or processAmount of fee
15.1Fee for applications for a Tier 4 Sponsor basic compliance assessment
15.1.1Application for a Tier 4 Sponsor basic compliance assessment.£536
15.2Fee for processes relating to sponsor licences
15.2.1The issuing to a sponsor, on request, of an action plan with which a sponsor must comply in order to achieve or retain a particular status, or to remain on the register of licensed sponsors maintained by the Secretary of State.£1,476

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