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How Does our Weekend Service Work?

Weekend Service

Immigration issues raise themselves at anytime. You may want to speak to an immigration lawyer or immigration solicitor at any time, even weekends.

At Westkin, we run a duty lawyer service over the weekend.

How does this service work?

Every Weekend, one of our leading immigration lawyers monitors new enquiries that come in via our Secure Form. (which can be found on the right of this page).

Please complete this form and our duty immigration lawyer will revert back to you, usually over the weekend or at the latest Monday morning.

For more complex instructions or to attach a refusal letter, please email us on info@westkin.com

Whilst it may not be that we need to commence actual work until Monday, you can be rest assured that you made contact with a lawyer who cares and that the process of dealing with your case will have commenced over the weekend.

Please note that although we do run occasional weekend appointments, we cannot answer the telephones to direct callers until Monday morning. Please use the enquiry form over the weekend and someone will call you back.



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