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

Westkin Associates Times

Westkin associates new offices in Mayfair show that times are changing for a law firm that specialises in an area of law where time simply does not stand still!

Westkin associates – Times for opening

Our published office opening times are 8:30 am until 5 pm.

These times however are not the only times when you can see our lawyers.

Like most lawyers our staff is working times will vary according to the needs of their cases.

Most of our lawyers will work Monday to Friday, on occasion on a Saturday and even at times on a Sunday Times!

If you have a specific need to see our lawyer at times which are not published, then please speak to our team and will see if anything can be arranged.

Westkin associates – The Times

At our offices you will always find a warm welcome. From our friendly smile, our complimentary newspapers such as the Times, Sunday Times and Guardian, as well as tea coffee and other refreshments, we always try and ensure that the stressful process of dealing with UK immigration is done with as much comfort and care as possible.

Westkin – Times for Home Office processing

One of the most common questions we are asked by clients is in what sort of time they will get a decision from the Home Office. Processing times can vary from same-day services and decisions to decisions that can take six months or even a year.

Westkin associates times for processing and preparing an application are usually in the region of 2 to 4 weeks although of course this will depend on clients responsiveness and how long it might take to get documents through from third parties such as translators or business plan writers.

Can Westkin change the times as it takes to process the case?

The short answer is no, however we do feel that there are important steps we can take to try and reduce the amount of time the case may take to be considered.

We can prepare documents in a way that are very clear and direct me to the point that the Home Office are looking for, this should help reduce processing times if the application is considered quickly.

Whilst this does no harm, it is rare that this will bring forward to any large extent the time it takes to process the case.

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