If your BRP card is lost, stolen or damaged inside the UK or outside the UK then our expert UK immigration lawyer can assist you with Biometric Residence Permit (BRP) replacement application.

You can report your biometric residence permit (BRP) lost or stolen from inside or outside the UK. You can only order a replacement from inside the UK. The Home Office will contact you within one working day of reporting it.

If BRP Card is lost or stolen when you are in the UK

If your lost or stolen BRP was valid for 3 months or more, report it and apply for a replacement. You must do this within 3 months of losing it.

You can be fined up to £1,000 and made to leave the UK if you do not apply for a replacement within 3 months.

If BRP Card is lost or stolen when you are outside the UK

You must report your lost or stolen BRP outside the UK. You cannot apply for a replacement BRP outside the UK. Instead, you'll need to apply for a 'replacement BRP visa', which lets you re-enter the UK once only. You can apply for a replacement BRP when you return to the UK. You must do this within 3 months of reporting it lost or stolen unless you have a good reason, for example you were unable to return to the UK in that time.

Our fee

Our expert UK immigration lawyer will guide you through every step of the BRP replacement application process including advice about legal requirements and eligibility criteria.

Our fixed fee

We will charge a fixed fee from £500 for our professional legal services in relation to your BRP replacement application.

Do you need legal help?

Contact Rex Law Chambers, if you have any questions or need legal help with any UK immigration law related matter. At Rex Law Chambers, we specialise in a wide range of UK visas and nationality applications and our principal immigration lawyer has wealth of experience and expert knowledge to deal with all types of UK visas and immigration applications. He has successfully handled many complex and high-profile cases and also represented clients in their immigration matters.

We can provide one-off FREE general legal advice via live chat or our "Enquiry Form". The FREE advice does not cover the advice in relation to complex legal issues or advice about documents to be submitted in support of the application. If you would like to to get detailed legal advice then please schedule an in-person, Zoom, Skype or phone consultation by using our "Appointment Request Form".

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