Refund Of UK Priority Visa

Our immigration lawyers can help you to apply for refund of UK priority visa if your application was not decided within the legal timeframe.

What is a refund?

A refund is the return of a fee or payment for a product or service. The refund would be for either all or part of the fee paid for an application or service as set out in regulations, or for an overpayment of the fee. You can see the below table to understand if you are eligible for a refund of UK priority visa fee.

If you think you should get a refund of UK priority visa and you have not received it. You can contact our legal team to get the refund for you.

If you require Immigration Advice Services or help with an immigration problem, please contact +441614644140 or email us at info@deluxelawchambers.co.uk for fast, professional, and affordable immigration advice from our highly experienced UK immigration lawyers. You can book an appointment online for a detailed immigration consultation.

Refund of UK priority visa – Priority Visa (PV) and Super Priority Visa (SPV)

A refund of fees paid to expedite an application through the Priority or Super Priority service may be sought where the applicant has taken necessary steps to complete their application, but the application has not been considered within the published timescales. Speak to our expert refund lawyers for refund of UK priority visa fee. Refunds must be made in accordance with the table below which applies only to the priority and super priority fee:

CircumstancesApplication TypeAction
Withdrawn and the customer is entitled to a refund of their application fee.Priority and Super PriorityRefund full PV / SPV fee
Withdrawn and the customer is not entitled to a refund of their application fee (for example after biometrics have been submitted).Priority and Super PriorityNo Refund
VoidPriority and Super PriorityRefund full PV / SPV fee
Application rejected as invalidPriority and Super PriorityRefund full PV / SPV fee
Visa RefusedPriority and Super PriorityNo Refund
Non-complex application not processed in published timescales (official error – this excludes maladministration) Official error includes: IT error / failure; lack of resource to process the applicationPriority and Super PriorityRefund full PV fee
Non-complex application not processed in published timescales (official error –this excludes maladministration) Official error includes: IT error / failure; lack of resource to process the application; administrative
error
Priority and Super PriorityRefund full SPV fee
Or
refund the difference
between PV and SPV
where the application
goes on to be processed
under the published
timescales for PV.
Application is determined within published timescales but (in country) is not communicated to the customer; or (out of
country) it is not communicated to the customer that their decision is available for
collection within the published timescales
Priority and Super PriorityRefund full PV / SPV fee
Application is excluded from the published
timescales
due to being assessed as complex
Priority and Super Priority
Visa
No refund
Excluded from the published timescales due to the customer not supplying required
information
in time for the application to be
considered within the published timescales
(this would not include invalid cases or submitting biometrics)
Priority and Super Priority
Visa
No refund

Refund for an invalid visa application

If an application is rejected as invalid it will not be considered. In these circumstances where a fee over £25 has been paid it must be refunded minus a £25 administrative charge, as specified in the Immigration and Nationality (Fees) Regulations. Where the fee paid is £25 or less, the whole fee will be retained.

Refund for an inappropriate / void visa application

If an individual submits an application which could never be considered or becomes such during the consideration process, either because of the status they already hold or because of the provisions of law, the application cannot proceed. In these circumstances, the application must be cancelled (voided) and the full fee refunded.

Visa fee refunds for Withdrawal applications

Where an application is withdrawn, the fee paid will only be refunded in the following circumstances:

  • where an application requires biometric data to be taken in order for the application to be considered, and the request to withdraw has been made before biometrics have been submitted – the refund will include the Priority Visa (PV) or Super Priority Visa (SPV) fees, if they have been paid and the £19.20 biometric enrolment fee for in country applications where this has been paid
  • where an application requires documents to be submitted at an application centre and the application is withdrawn prior to attendance at an application centre
  • where the application is being made using the UK Immigration: ID Check app (AUK2) and the application is withdrawn before the applicant has clicked the ‘confirm and upload’ button to either upload their supporting evidence or confirm that they have no evidence to upload
  • where an application is being made using UK Immigration: ID Check app (AUK2) and the applicant has not clicked the ‘confirm and upload’ button, the application is withdrawn before the specified period for submitting evidence has lapsed
  • where an application that does not require biometric data to be taken or attendance at an application centre, and the application is withdrawn within 7 calendar days of the application being submitted
  • where a citizenship ceremony fee has been paid and the citizenship application is withdrawn prior to a ceremony being arranged, the ceremony fee will be refunded

Types of UK Family visas

  1. UK Spouse Visas (apply, extend, switch or ILR)
  2. Fiancée Visa (apply, switch to a spouse visa)
  3. 5-Years spouse visa
  4. 10-Years spouse visa
  5. 7 Years child residence route
  6. Parent of a British child visa 5-Years route
  7. Parent of a British child visa 10-Years route
  8. Relative who’ll provide long-term care for you (ADR)
  9. Same Sex Partner Visa
  10. Marriage Visitor Visa
  11. Victim of domestic abuse

types of uK work visas

  1. Health and Care Worker visa
  2. Skilled Worker visa
  3. Graduate Route visa
  4. Youth Mobility Scheme visa
  5. Indian Young Professionals Scheme visa
  6. Global Talent visa
  7. UK Ancestry visa
  8. High Potential Individual visa
  9. BNO Visa
  10. Senior or Specialist Worker visa (Global Business Mobility)
  11. Overseas Domestic Worker visa
  12. Graduate Trainee visa (Global Business Mobility)
  13. Secondment Worker visa (Global Business Mobility)
  14. Service Supplier visa (Global Business Mobility)
  15. UK Expansion Worker visa (Global Business Mobility)
  16. Representative of an Overseas Business visa
  17. Apply for a Service providers from Switzerland visa

Temporary work visas

  1. Seasonal Worker visa (Temporary Work)
  2. Government Authorised Exchange visa (Temporary Work)
  3. Creative Worker visa (Temporary Work)
  4. Religious Worker visa (Temporary Work)
  5. Charity Worker visa (Temporary Work)
  6. International Agreement visa (Temporary Work)

UK Business Visas

  1. Start-up visa
  2. Innovator visa

Other work visas and permits

  1. International Sportsperson visa
  2. Minister of Religion visa (T2)
  3. Scale-up Worker visa
  4. Frontier Worker permit
  5. Get an exempt vignette

Where Are Our Immigration Lawyers Based In the UK?

Our immigration lawyers and advisers are based in Greater Manchester. Our office is located very close to South Levenshulme Post Office. You can visit our contact page to find our address and directions. We are located very close to Levenshulme Station (0.5 miles).

Why choose deluxe law chambers for super priority visa serivce?

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