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Permanent Residency as an EEA national

Westkin Associates are proud of our EEA immigration team’s successes in the granting of EEA applications and the winning of appeals. As one of London’s leading immigration law firms, we are well versed in the complexities and processes that make up EEA applications. We believe in building partnerships with our clients in order to tailor our service to their individual needs. From our extensive experience and success, we firmly believe that our European immigration team is one of the finest in the country.

We are on hand to advise you as to the best approach on an individual case by case basis via  0207 118 4546 or at info@westkin.com Should we believe that you have grounds to continue then we would advise to book an appointment with one of our specialist team members to discuss the matter further go through all your available options. We are committed to providing the very best customer service though clear communication, tailored advice and efficiency. 

At Westkin Associates we pride ourselves on offering experienced and accurate immigration advice. As such we work closely with our clients t  build an excellent relationship. It is this element of outstanding customer support and care that sets us apart from our competitors by surpassing our clients’ expectations in a professional and results orientated manner.

As is well known, EEA nationals have the right to reside in the UK under free movement provisions.

More crucially, this right also attracts itself to family members of EEA nationals, even if they are from outside Europe. (example, where an Australian is married to a Spanish national, where an American is married to an Italian National and where a Nigerian is married to a French National)

This particular area of immigration law is indeed one of our specialties.  EEA cases involving Non EEA nationals, who are family members or married to EEA nationals, make up many of the immigration cases that we take on. Westkin Associates specialise in both the application process and the appeal procedure and provides an integrated step by step service to ensure that your application or appeal is in the strongest possible condition before being submitted to the relevant authorities. 

In addition to the aforementioned services, we also represent EEA nationals themselves where they are being removed from the United Kingdom.

we have divided our EEA immigration information into sections which are relevant to each type of case:

(a)The general rules for EEA national – particularly on married partners

(b)The rules focusing on particular unmarried partners are here

(c)The rules for becoming a permanent resident or indefinite leave holder are found here

(d)There are specific rules on EEA cases where a marriage breaks down, known as retained rights of residence

In life changing cases that involve your family it is important to work with a law firm that you can trust. Contact Westkin Associates today via  0207 118 4546 or at info@westkin.com to find out how we can put you and your family first and achieve the outcome you want.

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