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    Default [Settlement Visa] Fees

    Hi everyone.

    My wife will be applying for her 2nd Spouse visa in August this year.

    Roughly how much are the fees?

    I can see on the website it says £1033 but are there further fees to pay?

    Thanks

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    There'll be the NHS surcharge which I think is currently £1k

    https://www.gov.uk/healthcare-immigr...n/how-much-pay

    Also if you are booking an appointment which is not at a "core" centre then the appointments are chargeable. Appointment prices vary depending on site but we paid £60 for a mid-week appointment and £120 for a weekend appointment for my wifes ILR & citizenship appointments.

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    Cost us around and about £2200 not including me taking an unpaid day off work lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by toddmeister View Post
    There'll be the NHS surcharge which I think is currently £1k

    https://www.gov.uk/healthcare-immigr...n/how-much-pay

    Also if you are booking an appointment which is not at a "core" centre then the appointments are chargeable. Appointment prices vary depending on site but we paid £60 for a mid-week appointment and £120 for a weekend appointment for my wifes ILR & citizenship appointments.

    The core centres are the only places where you can get free appointments but they are few and far between.

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    Wow those fees are absolutely unnecessary! It costs the Home Office £250 to process the visa haha and don't even get me started on the NHS. My Mrs pays her tax like everyone else! There's a centre in Manchester so not far for us. Thanks everyone.

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    don't even get me started on the NHS. My Mrs pays her tax like everyone else!
    debated in another thread recently but probs best not to go there

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    Saw this in todays Telegraph.

    Telegraph 20-12-2019.jpg
    Now officially a "Senior Citizen".

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    A very interesting case. It is the level of the charge that is deemed unlawful, not the fact that a fee is charged or that the fee charges includes a profit element.

    I suspect the government will either appeal this judgment or carry out a proper analysis (HRA and Children Act) and then amend the charge accordingly.
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