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

Small Businesses

Helping small business fulfill their potential

Westkin Associates has over 18 years dealing with all types of UK bound immigration. Our expertise extends to working with small businesses who are looking to set up in the United Kingdom. We are featured on the UKTI’s Inward Investor Network highlighting our experience and credibility. The United Kingdom prides itself on having a dynamic, business friendly environment that is ripe for investment and business development. As of June 2015 the U.K has the 5th strongest economy in the world and, according to Doing Business 2015, is one of the top 10 most business friendly countries. Indeed, it is expected that the U.K economy is set  to continue at a steady rate of growth of around 2.5% in 2016 alone.

Contact our small buisness team via the enquiry box on the right hand side of this page or by email info@westkin.com or on 0207 118 4546

As one of the U.K’s leading immigration law firms,  Westkin immigration lawyers are aware of the keen challenges that small business owners face. Often, whilst in theory a business friendly country, the red tape and bureaucracy of UK immigration applications can, unfortunately,  often slow a down the development of a business. Our dedicated team of experienced lawyers cut through the red tape and guide you at every stage of your application in order to guarantee the highest possible chances of your visa being granted.

Westkin Associates specializes in helping businesses of all sizes handle the different, complex and varied UK immigration requirements that they may face. From our extensive experience in all immigration matters, we are able to advice as to the best approach that is tailored to every individual.

Westkin Associates undertakes all forms of UK immigration work for business including:

All forms of Entrepreneur Visas to allow for businesses to be set up
Sole Representative, Intra Company transfers and Business visits to allow for foreign businesses to send staff to the UK
Making all applications for work permits under Tier 2 ; to allow UK businesses to employ foreign workers
Employee Vetting Services, to make sure that employees have legal permission to work
All forms of Civil Penalty Work – challenging any UKBA fines given to UK business for illegal workers

We ensure that:

  • We provide fixed pricing for all our work
    No job is too large or small
    A friendly – pro business approach
    Speed, clarity and professionalism

The varying nature of immigration laws indeed means that many laws and regulations regularly change. In order not to delay any possible enquiry or application you would like to discuss with one of our partners, please contact us either on 0207 1184 546 or by email info@westkin.com

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. We understand the need to provide the most up-to-date, market relevant and comprehensive business advice as possible because, after all, your business is very much our business.

© 2019 Westkin – London Immigration Lawyers

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