Updates, commentary and advice on immigration and asylum law
New course on Immigration Act 2016 available now

Increases to immigration judicial review fees from 21 March 2016

Big increase to fees for immigration judicial review applications from 21 March 2016. See paragraph 4 of the Civil Proceedings, Family Proceedings and Upper Tribunal Fees (Amendment) Order 2016:

(a)  for the entry corresponding to fee 2.1 (application on notice where no other fee is specified) for “£80” substitute “£255”;

(b)  for the entry corresponding to fee 2.2 (application by consent or without notice where no other fee is specified) for “£45” substitute “£100”;

(c)  for the entry corresponding to fee 2.3 (application for a summons or order for a witness to attend the Tribunal) for “£40” substitute “£50”;

(d)  for the entry corresponding to fee 3.1(a) (request for a copy of a document of 10 pages or less) for “£5” substitute “£10”.

(e)  for the entry corresponding to fee 3.2 (request for a copy of a document in electronic form) for “£5” substitute “£10”.

Hat tip to the ever vigilant Jonathan Kingham of LexisNexis.

Colin Yeo
Colin Yeo A barrister specialising in UK immigration law at Garden Court Chambers in London, I have been practising in immigration law for 15 years. I am passionate about immigration law and founded and edit the Free Movement immigration law blog.

Not yet a member of Free Movement?

Sign up for as little as £20 per month

Join Now

Benefits Include

  • Unlimited access to all articles
  • Access to our forums
  • E-books for free
  • Access to all online training materials
  • Downloadable training certificates
Shares