Please note we are closed on 25th and 26th December 2017; our normal office hours resume on 27th December 2017.
We wish you Merry Christmas and Happy New Year 2018

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

Our 6 unbreakable promises:

1. Honesty

From the outset we will give fair and honest immigration advice about the strengths and weaknesses of your case. We will honestly advise you as to what documents you need  in order to improve your chances of immigration success. We will not give you a false impression so as to get you to sign up for our immigration services. All our advice will be in writing, so you can check the accuracy of it later.

2. Fair Pricing

Please note that we are a private immigration law firm that charges for our professional services and at this point in time, we currently do not offer legal aid. We believe the best route to ensure our firm is successful is by providing excellent legal services to our clients for fair prices. Although we recognise that we are not the cheapest immigration firm, we understand that excellent quality in the service we provide would take time, professionalism and drive and therefore, we will persevere to ensure we place a lot of effort on your case.

We believe that the prices we quote will be a fair indication of the level of service that we will place into your immigration matter. The price are fixed, therefore will not alter unless we discuss it with you beforehand. We strive to ensure no unexpected surprises with price will arise once you have retained our professional services. We will usually provide you with a fee schedule that will set out the payment methods and timings.

3. Leading Expertise

UK Immigration legal matters often change regularly and immigration lawyers need to ensure they keep up with these changes. They also need to ensure their clients are updated with the latest changes.

Our specialist immigration teams are managed by lawyers who have at least 18 years’ of practical experience in all aspects of UK immigration matters. Amongst our team members are immigration specialists who provide training to other immigration lawyers and solicitors. We also have our work published in important articles and newspapers.

4. Delivery

We note that immigration matters often cause significant stress and anxiety, without having to deal with strict and uncertain UK Immigration Rules. Our objective is to take away those worries from you by project managing your case and ensuring we have a set timetable for completion of work on your case. We endeavour to deliver our services on time, 100% of the time and without any exception.

5. Hard Work and Effort

We believe that immigration cases are approved and refused based on the level of effort put into a particular matter. We strive to win cases through dedicated commitment and resourceful use of energy.

We treat all our cases individually and we can guarantee all the work we undertake and paid on your case will be unique work prepared for your particular case and not similar cases we have worked on before.

6. Confidentiality and Discretion

It is understandable that clients are concerned about their personal information they provide to their lawyers. It is recognised that immigration applications often require sensitive data to be provided.

We make it a promise that we will keep all data and information entrusted to us confidential and safe. We further promise to ensure that all representations that are submitted by us on your behalf are approved by you before submission. Please note that we are registered with the Information Commissioner and that we have agreed to follow their policies in this respect.

 

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Westkin Associates

17 Hanover Square, Mayfair

London
W1S 1HT
United Kingdom

0207 1184 546

© 2015 Westkin – London Immigration Lawyers

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