How we can help:
We help people fleeing persecution overseas to be granted asylum in this country. We help to reunite families separated by international borders. We help women escape violence at home.
We can help with things like:
- Asylum claims and appeals
- Entry clearance
- Applications for leave to remain in the UK
- Domestic violence
- Victims of trafficking
- Judicial Review
European Union Settlement Scheme:
The EU Settlement Scheme allows EU citizens to continue to live, work and study in the UK without any immigration time restrictions after the UK leaves the European Union. Here’s the Home Office Guidance on the subject.
Making an application under the scheme is straightforward for many people and only means completing three key steps:
- prove your identity
- show that you live in the UK
- declare any criminal convictions
But for some people, the process of applying is more complex. We are part of the EU Settled Status Complex Cases Project, set up for EU citizens living in England who have a more complex case or need additional help. Contact us to see if we can help.
You can also find information and guidance here:
Phone, email or call in to our office to see if we can help you and make an appointment.
We offer drop-in advice clinics on immigration law from 6.00pm on alternate Wednesdays. You can come to these without an appointment, but places are limited so please check with us to find out the date of the next clinic, the best time to arrive and what to bring with you.