Head Office:
16 Hanover Square, Mayfair, London, W1S 1HT

Immigration for Individuals

Westkin Immigration Associates is proud of its reputation as one of the best immigration law firms in London and we are committed to providing an outstanding level of service to all our clients.

We understand that our immigration clients face uncertainty and anxiety. We recognise that seeing an immigration lawyer often only happens at a difficult and stressful time in our clients’ lives. We want to provide you with high quality advice and representation that will lessen, and not add to, your worries.

So, at Westkin Immigration Associates we make the following 6 unbreakable promises to all our immigration clients.

What we expect from our immigration clients

1. Commitment to your case

We want you to help us help you. We will often ask immigration clients to obtain documents to enable us to present their immigration cases as strongly as possible. We ask that you bring to your immigration case as much energy as we bring to all our cases. This gives you the strongest possible chance of success in your immigration matter and allows us to maintain our excellent reputation and success rate with Immigration Judges.

2. Timeliness

As immigration lawyers, our time is our most valuable commodity. We endeavour to spend maximum time with you therefore we ask that our clients come to all appointments and court dates on time. This is fair to us and other immigration clients who may be delayed as a result of lateness.

3. Honesty

We have found that the guaranteed way of improving the prospects of success on any immigration case is to have accurate and full information. We rely on your honesty for this. We ask that all immigration clients are truthful and open with us about the facts of their immigration matter, from the beginning. We will be honest at all times; we ask the same from you.

First Fixed Fee Interview

Often, immigration clients simply do not know where to start. They are unsure about what their options are and are understandably hesitant about committing an immigration lawyer to their case. We understand this and so we offer an initial diagnostic interview for a fixed fee of £125 (potentially no VAT). This excludes the cost of an interpreter if needed. At this interview we will:

1. Find out what your concerns are;
2. Take relevant information and instructions;
3. Provide detailed legal advice in person;
4. Provide common sense advice on the merits, evidence and next steps on your immigration matter;
5. Give you an estimate of cost and timescale to resolve your problem, if you choose to instruct us further.
6. We believe that our first fixed fee interview provides outstanding value and enables you to gain a second opinion, resolve the problem yourself if need be or find out if we are the right immigration lawyers for you.

Best of all, Westkin Immigration Associate’s 6 unbreakable promises apply to these diagnostic interviews as well.

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Westkin Associates

16 Hanover Square, Mayfair

London
W1S 1HT
United Kingdom

0207 1184 546

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by Aboo hamidi on Westkin Associates
Excellent immigration firm

Westkin associates had carried out a complicated immigration work for my family members, and on all occasions they achieved the best results. I would like to give a special thanks to maha sadar and hassan mehdi who were outstanding and During the process ms Maha Sandra and Hassan Mehdi gave the cases a very personal and caring attention. The firm does immigration in the uk and that's what makes them unique to other firms, who pretend to be doing all areas of the law. I highly recommend this firm to others.

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