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Medical Sector

Creating a healthier Britain

The United Kingdom is one of, not only Europe’s, but the Western World’s leading countries for medicine. The NHS, in addition to ranking as one of the world’s biggest employers, has a staff of some 1.7 million people in the United Kingdom. In addition to its public health service, the United Kingdom attracts leading practitioners of medicine and researchers from across the World. In an ever expanding society the importance of a functioning medical sector that can meet the needs of its growing population is vital.

The United Kingdom, as a world leader in medical provisions, attracts specialists from across the globe Westkin Associates provides a wide selection of services specifically tailored to assist the medical sector. Through both our experience and dedicated team of lawyers we are able to advise with exactitude on the various issues relating specifically to medical immigration and employment in the United Kingdom.

Contact our team of immigration lawyers on info@westkin.com via the telephone number 0207 118 4546  or by using our enquiry box situated on the right hand side of this page.

We provide detailed advice on Tier 1 extension applications to leading Doctors, Consultants and Dentists in addition to advising hospitals and medical locum agencies in detail as to their migrant work force. Immigration laws remain a special challenge to the medical sector in the UK given the reliance the NHS places of foreign doctors and migrant nurses. Since the closure of Tier 1 General to new applicants, these pressures have increased. NHS trusts and locum agencies have increasingly been forced to rely upon Tier 2 of the Immigration Rules, which focuses on Sponsored Skilled Workers. Of course, since then , the number of licences that have been granted under Tier 2 has also been drastically cut by the immigration authorities. Immigration laws and regulations regularly change so do not hestitate to contact us to find out how changes will affect you.

Westkin Associates  has assisted the medical sector is ensuring its migrant work force are lawfully able to work within the United Kingdom. Amongst London’s leading immigration lawyers, barristers and solicitors we are confident that we provide a professional, clear and honest immigration legal service for our clients be they local or from around the world.

If you work in the medical sector, either as a medical professional, in human resources or management , then Westkin Associates would be especially keen to assist you with whatever enquiry you may have. We pride ourselves in offering a comprehensive service that is based around the needs of each individual client. We work closely with both our clients and the home office in order to produce a case that stands the highest chance of being successful. We always go beyond our clients’ expectations and base all of our work around our 6 unbreakable promises.

For more information and to speak to one of our specialist immigration lawyers, contact us either at  or through 0207 1184 546 or via the enquiry box on the right hand side of the page.

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