Asylum & Immigration

No or Low Fees:


We are here to help all members of the community with legal advice and representation about immigration and asylum law, irrespective of income level. Once we know the details of your case we may be able to offer free help. If you are not eligible for free help, we may still be able to help you through our non-profit fee paying service. As we are a registered charity, we do not make money from this service the modest charge simply covers our costs. Whether or not you qualify for free legal help, our initial interviews are usually free. Even where we charge for our services, our fees are usually are much less than the ones you will be paying to an immigration advisor or solicitor. Please check with us before you instruct.


Client centred approach:

Our approach is professional but personal. We have a long standing expertise in providing good quality legal advice and representation to clients. Our work is always motivated by the best interests of our clients and not by the maximisation of profits. Our immigration lawyers and advisers are, as you might expect of those working with a charity, deeply committed to helping people with immigration and asylum problems. Our immigration solicitors and advisers specialise in immigration and asylum law, ensuring that we offer the very highest quality of service. We even have an in-house research department, meaning that we are completely up to date with all aspects of immigration and asylum law. Plus we offer the reassurance of an advice centre that has been helping individuals with legal advice in immigration and asylum law for over 15 years.


Helping you:

Our immigration advisors and caseworkers can help you in almost every area of immigration and asylum law: Some of these areas are listed below: Au pair; Concessions outside the Immigration Rules (human rights grounds); dependent children; dependent relatives; EEA residence permit; Family reunion; Fiancé(e); Leave to remain (FLR/ILR); Independent means; Investor; Permit free employment; Returning residents; Right of abode; Spouse/partner; Student; UK ancestry; Visitor; Work permit and Working holidaymaker. Asylum: Asylum; Leave to remain (FLR/ILR) and Travel document. Nationality: Registration and naturalisation. Deportation: Administrative removal and Deportation