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

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Westkin Associates are leading UK immigration lawyers. We are based in Mayfair, central London and have over 16 years of experience in working across a range or UK immigration areas. We have built specialist teams who are experts in their particular field meaning that they can advise their clients accordingly and work with them to obtain their desired visa. Our Settlement teams carefully assess your case and project manage your case from the application through to when you recieve the visa.

Why choose Westkin Associates as your immigration lawyers?

Quite simply, we are one the best Immigration lawyers in London. We pride ourselves on offering a service that is tailored to the needs of our clients where each clients’ case is taken on an individual basis. By working this way we believe that we can offer a service that is bespoke and increases the likelihood of our client achieving the outcome they want.

We also believe in establishing a stong connection with our clients as we understand that often immigration can be daunting and confusing. We work to our own 6 unbreakable promises and establish a clear relationship with our clients so that they know exactly how we will work with them to aid them throughout their visa application process. We believe in clear and fair pricing where we offer you a price that is fair and up front with no hidden costs. For more information in regards to our pricing policy click here.

Try giving us a call today on 0207 118 4546, emailing us via info@westkin.com or contacting us using the Enquiry box on the right of this page and see what Westkin Associates can do with you.

As our leading immigration lawyers can advise, fiancée visas are useful as they are one of the only visas that allow applicants to switch into the marriage category, without either the sponsor or the migrant applicant having to leave the country.

In fact the process of doing this is relatively simple, we have provided a rough outline below of the process. If you need any assistance do not hesitate to contact our immigration lawyers via the details at the top and bottom of the page.

Essentially the UKVI – the immigration authorities have already checked whether the relationship is genuine and whether there is enough money to live on during the initial fiancée application.

All that required now is that the fiancée gets married to the UK applicant and once married they can make the marriage application from within the United Kingdom.

This application can be made via the postal service or by the same date. If the application is made using the same day service, then usually, the documents are lodged with our clients attending with our immigration lawyers. Then usually the visa is collected the next day. This is usually. This is a slightly different process to other same day cases, where the whole thing is done in one day.

Please contact our immigration lawyers for more information by calling 0207 118 4546, via info@westkin.com or by using the Enquiry Box to the right hand side of this page. 

Westkin Associates

info@westkin.com

17 Hanover Square, Mayfair

London
W1S 1HT
United Kingdom

0207 1184 546

 

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