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5th Floor Maddox House, 1 Maddox Street, Mayfair, London, W1S 2PZ

About Us

Who are we?

Westkin Associates is one of the leading Immigration Specialist firms in London. We are listed in the Legal 500, who assess the capabilities of law firms globally. We are also affiliated with the Department of International Trade as well as being long-standing members of ILPA (the Immigration Law Practitioners’ Association).

Where are we based?

We are based in Hanover Square, Mayfair in Central London. For High Value clients, we are amenable to travelling to affiliate offices around Central London and the South East.

What work do we do?

We are a specialist immigration firm, with a team who amongst ourselves have several decades of legal experience. We undertake UK Immigration work and are regulated by OISC (the Office of the Immigration Services Commissioner). The work that we do is similar to that of Immigration Solicitors. Our staff have a wealth of immigration and legal experience, with some of our number being former Immigration Barristers and Immigration Solicitors.

We are adept, competent, and experienced in many areas of immigration law including, but not limited to, the Points-Based System (Tier 1 Entrepreneurs, Tier 1 Investors, Tier 1 Exceptional Talent, Tier 2 (General) and Tier 2 (Intra-Company Transfer Migrants)), settlement applications under Appendix FM, as well as asylum and deportation. We are also vastly experienced in regards to EEA applications (EEA Family Permit, EEA Residence Card, EEA Permanent Residence) and are abreast of the legislative changes being implemented in regards to Appendix EU and Brexit negotiations.

Why should I choose Westkin?

We are knowledgeable, reliable, professional, timely and organised. We follow a clear and easy-to-understand methods of work and guide each and every client through the process of their immigration matter; from the initial consultation until the Home Office decision.

We go the extra mile, so that our services’ standards are best practice for the industry.

Our immigration lawyers also have extensive experience and a wealth of knowledge and are always at hand to reassure and advise our clients.

Our immigration lawyers can also assist with appeals, administrative reviews and other challenges to Home Office decisions. We can attend immigration courts and tribunals for our clients.

How much do we charge?

We charge a fixed fee as opposed to an hourly rate. We will speak to you about the case and calculate out how much your immigration matter will cost. We will give you a quote that will not increase throughout the application process. What we quote is what you pay!

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