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Bringing you the best and brightest foreign students

If you wish for your educational institution to use our special student hotline, please contact Amir Zaidi at Westkin Associates by e-mail or on 0207 1184 546.

We understand the importance of being able to offer your courses to the widest possible range of students. We can help you to enrich your campus and attract students from across the world. The United Kingdom boasts an impressive array of further education establishments including Oxford, Cambridge and Durham that are both internationally known and internationally respected. U.K universities and, by extension, a U.K based education are highly valued across the World. The U.K has four of the top ten universities in the world and and attracts top students from all four corners of the globe. Whether is is London or Manchester, Exeter or Brighton, students can look forward to a world class education as well as an wealth of social and cultural experiences wherever they study.  Indeed,  in a matter as important as education Westkin Associates’ experience in advising on student immigration matters can often be the difference of being allowed to study in the U.K or not. Our immigration lawyers have forged close relationships with UK educational institutions including colleges and universities who use Tier 4 of the points based system meaning that our expertise and experience can really make a difference to your case.

Westkin’s immigration lawyers have been best placed to assist with students and Tier 4 license holders in the ever-changing requirements set out by UKBA.  Such knowledge and experience allows us to provide tailored advice and to guide our clients through the increasingly complex application procedure.

Our commitment to this area of law can be seen from our special student hotline which is available for universities and international student officers to call us for  free advice on more complex cases. Westkin Associates prides itself on delivering excellent client focused service that reflects the complexities and needs of a wide range of cases.

These can include

(a) Applications where there has been a previous refusal of either entry clearance or leave to remain
(b) Undertaking appeals based upon refusal is made in the UK
(c) Administrative reviews
(d) Advising students on study and other options moving away from the Tier 4 visas.

Our commitment to universities and educational institutions includes our immigration lawyers assisting Tier 4 sponsored institutions with the initial application, audit compliance issues with the UKBA, assisting with applications to move to highly trusted status or to reinstate a suspended license. We work closely with the Home office to ensure that all of our lawyers have the most up to date and relevent knowledge meaning that they can assit you in achieving the outcome that you seek. With over 18 years experience in all UK immigration matters Westkin ASsocaites is your ideal partner in all Tier 4 Student and tier 4 Sponorship visa applications.

Westkin Associates are proud to offer a client tailored service that is honest, professional and assists our clients along every stage of their application process. For more information and to speak to one of our expert immigration lawyers contact us at  online: contact  or via 0207 1184 546.

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