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The Immigration and Nationality (Fees) Regulations 2018

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Regulation 11

SCHEDULE 9APPLICATIONS IN RELATION TO ENTRY CLEARANCE TO ENTER THE ISLE OF MAN AND PREMIUM SERVICES

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Interpretation

1.  In this Schedule —

“present and settled” has the meaning given by paragraph 6 of the Isle of Man immigration rules;

“priority settlement service” means the optional priority service offered to applicants outside the United Kingdom and the Isle of Man, by which applications for entry clearance to enter the Isle of Man other than for the purposes of work or study, or for a visit visa, are processed on an expedited basis;

“priority visa service” means the optional priority service offered to applicants outside the United Kingdom and the Isle of Man, by which applications for entry clearance to enter the Isle of Man for the purposes of work or study, or for a visit visa, are processed on an expedited basis;

“super priority visa service” means the optional priority service offered to applicants outside the United Kingdom and the Isle of Man, by which it is aimed to process relevant applications for entry clearance to enter the Isle of Man within 24 hours of receipt of the application;

“Worker Migrant” has the meaning given by paragraph 6 of the Isle of Man immigration rules;

“Worker (Intra Company Transfer) Migrant” has the meaning given by paragraph 6 of the Isle of Man immigration rules.

Fees for, and in connection with, applications for entry clearance to enter the Isle of Man

2.—(1) Table 21 specifies the amount of the fees for specified applications for entry clearance to enter the Isle of Man, as well as the fee for an approval letter from a designated competent body.

(2) Table 22 specifies the amount of the fees for specified applications for entry clearance to enter the Isle of Man as the dependant of a main applicant.

(3) Table 23 provides an exception from the fee specified in 21.4.1 in Table 21 in the specified circumstance and Table 24 provides for the waiver or reduction of fees specified in Tables 21 and 22 in specified circumstances.

(4) Paragraph 3 makes provision for the amount of fees to be paid in respect of an application for entry clearance to enter the Isle of Man by the dependant of a main applicant in circumstances where the fees specified in 21.3.3 in Table 21, or Table 22, do not apply.

(5) The fees specified in Table 21 are subject to paragraph 4.

(6) Each of the fees specified in 21.1.2, 21.1.3 and 21.1.4 in Table 21 is calculated by reference to an annual rate.

(7) The annual rate referred to in sub-paragraph (6) for each of the fees in question is determined by dividing the amount of the fee by the number of years to which the application relates.

Table 21 (Fees for applications for entry clearance to enter the Isle of Man)

Number of feeType of applicationAmount of fee
21.1Fees for applications for entry clearance to enter the Isle of Man as a visitor
21.1.1Application for a visit visa for a period of six months or less.£93
21.1.2Application for a visit visa for a period of two years.£350
21.1.3Application for a visit visa for a period of five years.£636
21.1.4Application for a visit visa for a period of ten years.£798
21.1.5Application for a visit visa as an academic for a period of more than six months but not more than twelve months.£186
21.1.6Application for a visit visa for private medical treatment for a period of more than six months but not more than eleven months.£186
21.2Fees for applications for entry clearance to enter the Isle of Man, and connected applications, under the Points-Based System
21.2.1

Application for entry clearance as a Tier 1 (Exceptional Talent)

Migrant where fee 21.2.8 applies.

£152
21.2.2Application for entry clearance as a Tier 1 (Exceptional Talent) Migrant where fee 21.2.8 does not apply.£608
21.2.3Application for entry clearance as a Tier 1 (Entrepreneur) Migrant.£1,021
21.2.4Application for entry clearance as a Tier 1 (Graduate Entrepreneur) Migrant.£363
21.2.5Application for entry clearance as a Tier 1 (Investor) Migrant.£1,623
21.2.6Application for entry clearance as a Tier 4 Migrant.£348
21.2.7Application for entry clearance as a Tier 5 (Temporary Worker) Migrant or a Tier 5 (Youth Mobility) Temporary Migrant.£244
21.2.8Application to the Home Office for an approval letter from a designated competent body in respect of a proposed application for entry clearance to the Isle of Man as a Tier 1 (Exceptional Talent) Migrant.£456
21.2.9

Application for entry clearance as—

(a) a Tier 2 (General) Migrant;

(b) a Tier 2 (Intra-Company Transfer) Long Term Staff Migrant;

(c) a Tier 2 (Minister of Religion) Migrant; or

(d) a Tier 2 (Sportsperson) Migrant,

where a certificate of sponsorship has been issued for a period of three years or less, and fee 21.2.11 does not apply.

£610
21.2.10

Application for entry clearance as—

(a) a Tier 2 (General) Migrant;

(b) a Tier 2 (Intra-Company Transfer) Long Term Staff Migrant,

where a certificate of sponsorship has been issued for a period of more than three years, and fee 21.2.12 does not apply.

£1,220
21.2.11Application for entry clearance as a Tier 2 (General) Migrant where a shortage occupation certificate of sponsorship has been issued for a period of three years or less.£464
21.2.12Application for entry clearance as a Tier 2 (General) Migrant where a shortage occupation certificate of sponsorship has been issued for a period of more than three years.£928
21.2.13Application for entry clearance as a Tier 2 (Intra-Company Transfer) Graduate Trainee Migrant.£482
21.3Fees for other applications for entry clearance to enter the Isle of Man
21.3.1Application for entry clearance for the purposes of joining a ship or aircraft as a member of the crew of that ship or aircraft.£64
21.3.2Application for entry clearance on a route to settlement in the Isle of Man (that being an application made with a view to becoming ordinarily resident in the Isle of Man without being subject to any restriction on the period for which an individual may remain there) where the fee is not specified elsewhere in this Schedule.£1,523
21.3.3Application for entry clearance as a parent, grandparent or other dependant relative of a person present and settled in the Isle of Man under Appendix FM to the Isle of Man immigration rules.£3,250
21.3.4Application for entry clearance as a representative of an overseas business under Part 5 of the Isle of Man immigration rules.£610
21.3.5Application for entry clearance as a Worker Migrant for a period of three years or less.£610
21.3.6Application for entry clearance as a Worker (Intra Company Transfer) Migrant.£610
21.4General fee for applications for entry clearance to enter the Isle of Man
21.4.1Application for entry clearance where the fee is not specified elsewhere in this Schedule.£516

Table 22 (Specified fees for dependants)

Number of feeType of applicationAmount of fee
22.1Specified fees for applications for entry clearance to enter the Isle of Man as a dependant of a main applicant
22.1.1Application for entry clearance as the dependant of a Tier 1 (Exceptional Talent) Migrant.£608
22.1.2Application for entry clearance as the dependant of a Tier 1 (Post-Study Work) Migrant.£604
22.1.3Application for entry clearance as the dependant of a Tier 1 (General) Migrant.£1,021
22.1.4Application for entry clearance as the dependant of a Tier 2 (Intra-Company Transfer) Short Term Staff Migrant.£482

Table 23 (Exception in respect of fees for applications for entry clearance to enter the Isle of Man)

Number and description of the exceptionFee to which exception applies
23.1Applications under the EC Association Agreement with Turkey
23.1.1No fee is payable in respect of an application made under the terms of the EC Association Agreement with Turkey.Fee 21.4.1

Table 24 (Waivers or reductions in respect of fees for applications for entry clearance to enter the Isle of Man)

Number and description of the waiverFees to which waiver applies
24.1General waiver
24.1.1No fee is payable in respect of an application where the Secretary of State determines that the fee should be waived.All fees in Tables 21 and 22
24.2Scholarships funded by Her Majesty’s Government
24.2.1The official determining an application may decide to waive the payment of the fee or reduce the amount of the fee where the application is made by a candidate for, or holder of, a scholarship funded by Her Majesty’s Government and is in connection with such a scholarship.All fees in Tables 21 and 22
24.3International courtesy
24.3.1The official determining an application may decide to waive the payment of the fee or reduce the amount of the fee as a matter of international courtesy.All fees in Tables 21 and 22

Applications by dependants

3.  Except in respect of applications for which a fee is specified in 21.3.3 of Table 21, or in Table 22, and subject to the exception, waivers and reductions set out in Tables 23 and 24, the fee for an application for entry clearance to enter the Isle of Man made by the dependant of a main applicant (whether or not that application is made at the same time as that of the main applicant) is the fee specified in Table 21 in respect of the main applicant’s application.

Applications by CESC Nationals

4.—(1) Where an application for entry clearance to enter the Isle of Man of a kind within sub-paragraph (2) is made by a CESC national, and the applicant is the main applicant, the fee set out in Table 21 is to be reduced by £55.

(2) An application is of a kind within this sub-paragraph if it is an application for entry clearance to enter the Isle of Man as—

(a)a Tier 1 (Entrepreneur) Migrant;

(b)a Tier 1 (Exceptional Talent) Migrant;

(c)a Tier 1 (Graduate Entrepreneur) Migrant;

(d)a Tier 2 Migrant;

(e)a Tier 5 (Temporary Worker) Migrant;

(f)a Worker Migrant; or

(g)a Worker (Intra Company Transfer) Migrant.

Fees for the provision of certain premium services outside the United Kingdom and the Isle of Man

5.—(1) Table 25 specifies the amount of fees for the provision of specified premium services for the purposes of article 9A of the 2016 Order as it applies to the Isle of Man.

(2) Paragraph 6 confers a discretion on the Secretary of State to waive or reduce the fees specified in Table 25.

Table 25 (Premium services outside the United Kingdom and the Isle of Man)

Number of feeDescription of service providedAmount of fee
25.1Fees for submitting an application for entry clearance to enter the Isle of Man, or documents or information in connection with such an application, at a facility outside the United Kingdom and the Isle of Man
25.1.1The acceptance or processing by a contractor of an application for entry clearance to enter the Isle of Man, or documents or information (including biometric information) in relation to such an application, at a User-Pays Application Centre or at another facility managed by a contractor at a location outside the United Kingdom and the Isle of Man, either in person or by post or courier.£55
25.2Fees for expediting applications
25.2.1The expedited processing, under the priority visa service, of an application for entry clearance to enter the Isle of Man.£212
25.2.2The expedited processing, under the super priority visa service, of an application for entry clearance to enter the Isle of Man.£956
25.2.3The expedited processing, under the priority settlement service, of an application for entry clearance to enter the Isle of Man.£573
25.3Fees in connection with the international contact centre service
25.3.1The provision by a contractor, by telephone, of information or assistance in relation to an application for entry clearance to enter the Isle of Man to an applicant outside the United Kingdom and the Isle of Man.£1.37 per minute
25.3.2The provision by a contractor, by way of an email or series of emails, of information or assistance in response to a query relating to an application for entry clearance to enter the Isle of Man, where provided to an applicant outside the United Kingdom and the Isle of Man.£5.48 per query

Waiver or reduction in respect of the fees specified in Table 25

6.  The Secretary of State may waive or reduce any fee in respect of a service specified in Table 25.

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