The NHS surcharge allows you to use the NHS services. You can only use it once you have paid the surcharge (or you are exempt from it) and your visa or immigration application has been granted.
You may need to apply for the NHS surcharge as part of your application, which is dependant upon what immigration status you are applying for.
If you are making your application online or through a premium service centre, you pay the surcharge as part of your application or when you book an appointment. If you apply by post you pay the surcharge online before you send your application.
If you are making a visa application outside the UK, you will need to pay if:
If you are making an immigration application from within the UK, you need to pay if:
The cost of the surcharge is as follows:
Dependants will usually need to pay the same amount as you.
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