Application ready to submit- payment on account for Visa fees
We are legally representing your visa application, therefore we will make Visa fees payment(s) to the Home Office on your behalf. This will streamline the process as everything including fee, application and documents will be send by us to the Home Office as your legal representative.
Fees For Spouse Visa, Fiance Visa, Visit Visa Entry Clearance Application
For entry clearance applications (where the applicant is outside the UK), the UK Home Office do not accept payments in GBP. Payments are taken in Euros, USD or local currency. We can not choose the currency of our choice, the Home Office system will automatically select the local currency. As we will be using a UK GBP Bank Account to make payment, therefore the bank will add foreign currency charges. This is standard banking practice for international payments. All UK Banks charge foreign currency charges when payments are made in non-GBP currency. We act on your behalf to make payments, send you evidence of payment including screenshots from the bank, Home Office email confirmations so that you you know the exact actual cost of the applicaton fees. The bank account screenshots will have payment reference numbers to indetify your payments.
We do not charge you any fees whatsover except agreed fee for our services. We do not make any profit from payments to the Home Office for visa fees. We only act on your behalf to make payments. You only pay the actual cost of the visa fees.
The official government fees for the visa application are given below including approximate currency rates and foreign currency charges. The fees includes Home Office Visa Fees and Immigration Health Surcharge where relevant.
|Application Type||Approximate Total Fees||Payment on Account Required||Fee Breakdown|
|1||Spouse Visa Entry Clearance||£3696||3600||Read details|
|2||Spouse Visa Switching/ Visa Extension||£2608||£2608||Read details|
|3||Parent Route Visa Extension||£2608||£2608||Read details|
|4||Fiance Visa Entry Clearance||£1663||£1600||Read details|
|5||Visit Visa (6 Months)||£107||£100||Read details|
What happen when we make payment to the UK Home Office?
On receiving the initial payment from you, we will confirm the receipt of payment. Your caseworker will finally check the application and documents one las time and will submit application in 3-4 working days. After submitting an application, the exact amount appears in the bank account in a few days. We will let you know the remaining balance, for you to reimburse us. We will also send you screenshots of payment for the bank transactions, they normally have payment reference numbers which can be compared with payment receipt emails received from the Home Office.
You agree to reimburse the payment within 1 working day of application submission. We reserve the right to withdraw your application, should you fail to make payment on time. We will contact you before doing this.
If we owe you money, we will refund you in 3 working days.
How to make payment to us?
- Payment should be made in our RBS business bank account ending 298. This is the same account you used to make payment for our services. Please check your order email for bank account details. Please contact us if you want us to resend you our bank account details.
Account Type: Business
Account Title: ZR Visas
Bank: RBS- Royal Bank of Scotland
Sort Code: XX-04-25
Account No: XXXXXX298
Payment Reason: Paying for Services
Payment Reference: Your Order Number (5-6 Digit number)/ Your First Name
- Please use your order number as a payment reference where possible.
Once we receive your payment
Please let us know when you make payment. On receiving a clear payment, we will finally re-check your application one last time and submit the application within 3 days.
On making payment to the Home Office, we will forward you all payment receipts. Receipts are typically system generated emails from the UK Home Office, also have application and payment reference numbers.
Have a Question(s)
Feel free to contact us or contact your caseworker in usual way.