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Immigration Barristers

Immigration barristers with a difference

Westkin Assocaties was founded by an Immigration Barrister, Amir Zaidi and we provide world class immigration legal services to both members of the public, businesses and other legal practitioners. Featured in the UKTI’s Inward Investor’s support program Westkin Associates are one of London’s leading immigration firms.

We offer a good alternative to the formal services provided by immigration barristers by being approachable, results focused and committed to providing excellent client care.

We are regulated at the highest level by OISC and we ensure we are run to their best practice standards. We value providing extensive client care, transparent and clear communication and are results focused. We place you, the client, at the heart of all we do.

We can be easily contacted via the following means: contact us today at info@westkin.com or via the telephone on 0207 118 4546 or the enquiry box on the right hand side of this page to see how we can work for you. 

Our expertise and experience means that we offer expert services to the general public, business and to immigration solicitor in need of advice or advocacy services. We believe it is this flexibilty coupled with the experience that we have that makes instructing Westkin Associates as your legal representatives one of the best decisions that you can make.

The best of both worlds

Traditionally, members of the public requiring specialised legal services would need to pay for an immigration solicitor to administer the case and and an immigration barrister to provide detailed legal counsel and advice. However, this is both expensive, time consuming an laborious.

Our approach is different as we combine the best of both worlds. Westkin Associates was set up and is run by a barrister but also the full level of support provided by a law firm.

Why should you choose both when we can provide both benefits in an integrated package?

Contact us today at info@westkin.com or via the telephone on 0207 118 4546 to see how we can work for you. 

Immigration Experts

Westkin work as independent counsel for leading solicitors and we advise on all important immigration matters. We actively  provide a greater level of service than that of immigration barristers in advice and advocacy services and in caseworking services. We pride ourselves on working to our 6 unbreakable promises meaning that when you choose Westkin Associates you choose a transparent law firm that works for you and with you to get the outcome that you desite.

Our flexible approach to business,  we can be client facing or, if needed, simply provide written advice, means that we can adapt to meet your needs.  As part of our transparent approach, we offer a firm no poaching guarantee. However, we are only regulated to undertake immigration work and are not immigration solicitors.

In all matters of immigration we have the proven experience to add value to your case or business through our services. For more information as to the complete range of services, solutions and package that we provide contact us via  or on 0207 1184 546.

 

 

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