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Charging for immigration and nationality services 2010-11


Phil Woolas, Borders and Immigration Minister

20 January 2010

The Minister of State for Borders and Immigration, Phil Woolas, has laid regulations in Parliament for the fees for immigration and nationality services that are set at levels above the normal administrative costs of the service.

The proposed fees are published today alongside these regulations. Our proposals for the fees that are set below cost will be published when we lay negative regulations in February 2010.

The government reviews the fees on a regular basis and makes appropriate changes as necessary. We have continued with our strategic approach to charging: setting certain fees above cost by balancing a number of complex factors including the cost of processing applications, the importance of attracting certain groups of migrants to the UK and the value of a successful application to the migrant.

Details of the proposed fees are set out in a written ministerial statement by Phil Woolas, which you can download from the right side of this page.