How our fees work.
At Westkin we pride ourselves not only on the quality of our immigration services, but also on the fairness and transparency of our fees. For this reason each case is priced individually, based on the work required. This applies equally to every client, whether a business or an individual.
The first step will be to have a brief chat with you about the case, so that we can calculate how long it will take to complete. This usually takes around 20 minutes, and it provides our clients with a useful summary of their case.
Once we have an idea of the details of your case we will be able to advise you as to how much we will charge. We shall also then be in a position to advise you on the case’s prospects of success.
You will then be free to decide if you wish to go ahead or not. The fee quoted for our legal work will be fixed, which means it will not go up without your express authorisation.
At this point we also offer the option of a fixed fee consultation. This enables clients to come in and meet us before committing to taking us on as their lawyers.
Our consultation fee is £125 for a 1 hour consultation. In certain cases, by prior appointment and prior arrangement only, we offer the first 20 minutes free of charge. Please contact us to see if you might be eligible for this discount.
Should you then decide to instruct us further on your case, this consultation fee will of course be deducted from the final fee, so that one global fee is charged.
How Westkin takes payments.
We accept payment by bank transfer, cheque or cash. All payments are receipted by a credit note. Westkin directs all payments into an individual client account, where they will be retained until the work is completed. This is so as to provide the client with piece of mind, knowing that their money is being held on trust whilst the work is being completed and that it can be returned at any time, minus any work completed within 3 working days.
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