With effect from 9 April 2009 the UK Border Agency has suspended the fee for Certificate of Approval applications.
Individuals making an application for a Certificate of Approval on or after this date will not be required to pay the fee.
The fee has been suspended following the House of Lords judgment in the case of Baiai v the Secretary of State for the Home Department.
In a statement the UK Border Agency said it is “carefully considering the implications for those who have already paid a fee and will shortly announce its policy in this respect”.
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