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Privacy Policy

Westkin Immigration Lawyers are regulated by OISC and as such the Commissioner lays down guidelines on what we can do with information. Clearly as a law firm, we hold very sensitive information, including passport numbers and other personal information. Like immigration solicitors we have to keep this information confidential and private. Your privacy is important to us.

So we make the following privacy promises to you as immigration lawyers.

Whether you sign up as a client or not, we never share or pass your information with any other third party without your consent. This includes the immigration authorities, other immigration solicitors or other bodies.

We will of course have your email address during the process. We will never share or pass or sell your E-mail address with anyone.  This also includes immigration solicitors, in London or anywhere else.

We will always seek your consent before we send any information to:

(a)     The UKBA or any immigration authorities in the UK;

(b)     Immigration solicitors

(c)     Immigration lawyers

(d)     Immigration barristers

(e)     Immigration law firms

We don’t hold your information unnecessarily. We do use cookies to track our performance, for example we use Google Analytics, but these cookies can be switched off through your browser.

We will never share any link to automatically downloadable viruses and we keep our virus protections up do date. Copying of any content from this website is not allowed and if done the appropriate actions may be taken.

This privacy policy may change any time without any prior notification.

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