Immigration and asylum law

 “I felt 100% calmer after talking to your solicitor.  She was very helpful, explaining things in detail to me and gave me confidence to carry on with my case without fear.”

Immigration and Asylum law line  

We can advise you on

  • claiming asylum
  • the rights of Europeans and their families in the UK
  • trafficking
  • immigration law including domestic violence, long residence and family life
  • financial support options including for women with no recourse to public funds*

Call 020 7490 7689

Monday 10am – 4pm, Thursday 10am – 1pm, 2pm- 5pm 

Find more information on immigration and asylum law here

 

 

Professionals’ Advice Line (PAL)

Our Professionals’ Advice Line is for non-legal professionals and OISC registered advisers supporting vulnerable migrant women.

It operates once a fortnight on a Wednesday from 10am to 12pm

020 7490 7689

It is scheduled to be open on the following dates:

20th February 2019

6th and 20th March 2019

3rd and 17th April 2019

1st,  15th and 29th May 2019

Click here to view the Terms of Reference for our Professionals’ Advice Line (PAL)

Professionals may also be interested in joining our Women’s Migration and Asylum Network.

Important information

The provision of immigration advice and services is a regulated activity and can only be undertaken by qualified individuals.

We can only advise in English on the law as it applies in England and Wales.

The advice line can be extremely busy. Please keep trying to get through.

Calls are charged at the local rate and calls from mobiles vary according to your network provider and calling plan.

*Please note that whereas we are able to give immigration advice relating to EEA rights to reside, we are unable to give detailed advice on EEA welfare benefit entitlement as this is beyond the scope of our service.

Got more questions about our advice line? Go to Frequently asked questions.

 

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Contact us at:


Rights of Women,
52-54 Featherstone Street,
London, EC1Y 8RT.
Administration: 020 7251 6575
Email: info@row.org.uk