The modification and control of the Schottky barrier height on (n)InGaAs is an important tool at the device preparation as the barrier height is very low, øB° = 0.2 eV. We report about the Schottky barrier enhancement on (n)InGaAs by thin fully depleted surface layers of high doped (p+)InGaAs. Structures with different thicknesses of (p+)InGaAs in the range from 8 to 80 nm were grown by LP MOVPE technique and quasi-Schottky diodes with different contact areas were prepared using titanium as a barrier metal. I-V and I-T characteristics were measured and analysed to obtain basic parameters of prepared diodes, i. e. ideality factor n, effective barrier height øB, series resistance Rgand reverse current density JR (1V). The barrier height enhancement increases with the thickness of the (p+)-layer. Effective barrier heights of øB>0.6 eV, i.e. higher than reported until now, can be obtained with the surface layers of (p+)InGaAs with thicknesses exceeding 25 nm.