IMPACT – MEDIUM
What is the change? In line with its annual review of U.K. visa fees, the Home Office will increase most immigration-related government fees effective April 6, 2018.
What does the change mean? Work, study, visit, and family visas, as well as naturalization and settlement application fees will increase by 4 percent. Priority service fees will increase by 15 percent. The Home Office will not be increasing fees in relation to sponsorship in the U.K.
Key government fee changes as of April 6:
BAL Analysis: Companies and individuals should budget for the increases being implemented next month.
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