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Privacy Policy

1. Data collection processes
When you fill out our contact form, you are giving us consent to contact you with that information. We are collecting your data so we can communicate with you about your consultation with our attorney or for case related information. Text messages are often a quick way for you to get in contact with our office for a quick question or need. 

2. How personal data is used
When you provide Okwena Immigration with your contact information, we only will communicate with you about case related information and updates per your request. We can answer quick questions via sms text and email as well. We will also send appointment reminders or if it is your first time with us we will send you information on how to book an appointment with us through our website. We will not use your phone number for any marketing purposes or spam messages. We will not share your contact information with any third party. Your personal information is kept private within our firm. 

We use secure software data processors to organize our business.

Consistent with our professional obligations, we may provide Personal Information to regulatory authorities and law enforcement officials in accordance with applicable law or when we otherwise believe in good faith that the provision of such information is required or permitted by law, such as in connection with the investigation or assertion of our legal defenses or for our compliance matters.  

3. How your information is protected
Your information is stored securely in our database. We have protocols and procedures in place to provide this security. Our physical office is always locked and we have up to date virus protection software on all of our company equipment. We have a duty to protect our client information. We take confidentiality seriously and we do not disclose your personal information to anyone who is not specified to receive case updates.

As an international firm, we operate systems that may make data related to your matters accessible from our various offices around the world and often transfer client data which may include Personal Information between our offices.

4. How to contact us
If you have more questions about our privacy policy please email us at and we will help to communicate with our website owner. It is your right to ask any questions or express any concerns with the way your data is processed. 

5. Cookies

The firm uses session cookies in connection with analytical purposes, to detect and remember your region, and to track your interest in our services. 

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