Immigration Office:
17 Hanover Square, London, W1S 1BN

Our Fees

Honesty, fairness and value

We pride ourselves on being honest, upfront and transparent when it comes to the fees for our work. We believe that our fees reflect the quality and standard of the work we deliver. Our approach to our clients is based on a case by case basis meaning that we always tailor our services to the needs of our clients. We believe in surpassing the expectations of our clients in all areas – the advice we provide, the effiency of our work and the fairness of our pricing.

To find out how our team of immigration solicitors can assist you in all areas of UK bound immigration law contact us today on 0207 118 7868, via info@westkin.co.uk or via the Enquiry Box situated to the right hand side of this page.

On this page we have detailed how we work. From our 18 years of experience operating as leading london immigration solicitors we believe that our process is the most effective in understanding our clients’ needs and offering the advise and solutions they need. If you have any questions do not hesitate to contact us via the information above.

The preliminary consultation

When you first contact Westkin our lawyers will speak to you over the telephone and provide a preliminary consultation. During this conversation our lawyers will take instructions and get to the heart of your query. Initial advice will be provided and lawyers will quote a fee for any work to be done. This initial consultation is without any charge.

The face to face consultation

If you would like a more in-depth consultation, maybe because your case is complex or you wish us to peruse your documents, we would arrange an appointment for you to come and visit us at our offices. This consultation usually lasts between 60-90 minutes and we charge £125 + VAT.

Again, a full quote and breakdown of costs will be provided at the end of the consultation for any substantive work to be done on your case.

Our fees and payment

We don’t believe in charging by the hour; this often leads to uncertainty and mistrust between client and lawyer.

We will quote a fixed fee for all the work to be completed on your case. This will include a breakdown of all costs including application fees and the cost for instructing barristers.

Before we commence work on your case we would request half of the fee to be paid into a client account and the remainder to be paid before the submission of your application or 10 days prior to the date of your appeal hearing.

The lawyer working on your case will not be paid in full until the completion of your case.

Westkin Associates are here to help you with any area of Uk immigration that you need assistance in. We aim to always surpass our clients’ expectations through a result based, efficient service that aims to always obtain the outcome that our clients want.

Contact our immigration solicitors today on 0207 118 7868, via info@westkin.co.uk or by using the Enquiry Box on the right hand side of this page.

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