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

Corporate Services

Corporate Immigration Services

Westkin believe that best practice for a business immigration lawyer goes beyond being aware of the law.

Knowledge must be combined with a pro-business attitude, commercial awareness and a responsive service ethic. Your business should never be slowed down by UKBA regulation and it remains our job to understand your need to have work completed on time, on budget so you can get the best from all your staff.

We offer a variety of services to businesses of all sizes.

Our services can be tailored to fit your needs, all within a transparent pricing structure. Before we undertake work we will:

1. Give an fixed price for costs – which we stick to.

2. Give timescales for the work to be completed and then a likely UKBA turnaround time.

3. What steps we both will need to take to get the result required.

Businesses can expect us to assist in the following ways:

Immigration Sponsorship Licences

In order to employ foreign nationals who otherwise have no permission to work, employers must have a relevant sponsorship licence. Westkin obtain these licences for business like yours.

We get you ready to become a UKBA licensed sponsor:

1. We undertake a site visit; and

2. Get you an action plan for any remedial steps; and

3. Liaise and handle all communication with UKBA; and

4. Attendance during any visit to your offices by UKBA.

Individual Immigration Applications

Once you have obtained your licence, you will be awarded a number of certificates. These need to be assigned to employees via the UKBA’s SMS system. We act as the designated user of many companies like yours’ SMS systems. The relevant page is able to help your staff with their applications for leave to remain. Please see our application page for more detail.

Audit /Compliance Work

If you already have a licence or have already applied for a licence, rather than taking over the matter completely we can simply undertake a site visit.

We undertake checks of your migrant monitoring systems and your record keeping to make sure you are hitting UKBA requirements.

We then issue an action plan  to cover remedial work and if you then want us to take over you can instruct us to do so.

Right to Work Document Checking Service

Employers can only employ those with the correct documents. We can provide a written advice confirming right to work which can act as confirmation the employer to all reasonable steps to check the documents.

Amongst London’s immigration lawyers, barristers, or solicitors, we are confident to provide professional, honest, and the best immigration legal service for our clients from local or around the world.

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Westkin Associates

5th Floor, Maddox House, 1 Maddox Street, Mayfair

London
W1S 2PZ
United Kingdom

0207 1184 546

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