Our aim is to fund qualified caseworkers across the UK to help EEA citizens and their families get to grips with the current immigration law and it what it means for them. We also have a volunteer network of dedicated immigration advisers and lawyers who support our work.
Updates, commentary, training and advice on immigration and asylum law
Provides emotional and practical support for people held in Colnbrook, Harmondsworth and Morton Hall detention centres, as well as people who are held under immigration powers in London prisons.
If you are in the UK without status and need legal advice, our helpline is open on Mondays, Tuesdays and Thursdays between 10am and 1pm. Range of free online resources and toolkits available too.
Find expert asylum and immigration law information online, helplines and how to access our legal services.
An independent charity providing legal advice and representation to migrants detained in removal centres and prisons to help them secure their release. Advice line open Monday - Thursday 10-12am
Provides information and resources to help immigrants and asylum seekers establish their right to remain including the Right To Remain Toolkit.
We provide expert advice, housing and peer support so that migrants at risk are able to overcome the barriers they face and their essential human needs are met.
Supports volunteer visitors to immigrant detainees by providing community, training, and information.
Provides clear, practical information on rights and the law regarding a range of matters including benefits, immigration, housing and divorce.
Amnesty investigate and expose abuses, educate and mobilise the public, and help transform societies to create a safer, more just world.
Clear information on rights, ranging from contracts of employment to immigration statuses.
Campaigning for all to retain their existing rights after Brexit.
If you are a refugee, asylum seeker or vulnerable migrant, the British Red Cross may be able to help you.
Working directly with thousands of refugees each year, refugee council supports refugees from the moment they arrive in the UK.
They offer a 24 emergency freephone hotline that provides advice for victims of racial harassment and abuse. The service is run by BME volunteers.
Promotes the rights of migrant children, offers advice for issues concerning migrant children and conducts research.
Updates, commentary, training and advice on immigration and asylum law. Specifically, including articles and 'do it yourself' guides and ebooks.
We offer a broad range of legal services to individuals including personal injury and negligence claims, family law, wills and trusts, immigration, employment and crime.
Information on how to identify human trafficking, get confidentail advice and report anonymously.
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