Migrants’ Rights Network
The People’s Place
80 – 92 High Street
London, E15 2NE
If you need help
The Migrants’ Rights Network does not provide legal advice. Our work concentrates on policy analysis, network development and advocacy; while we provide information and commentary on this website this does not, and is not intended to, amount to legal advice.
Below are a few links to other organisations and agencies that maybe able to provide you with direct support and assistance.
- If you need immigration advice please try the Immigration Law Practitioners’ Association finder.
- The Law Society also has a register of Asylum and Immigration Solicitors:
- Advice on Housing Rights.
- For advice if you have been refused asylum support (NASS) – Asylum Support Appeals Project provide free legal advice and representation to asylum seekers at the Asylum Support Tribunal, and run an advice line for advice agencies:
- Project 17 works specifically with families experiencing exceptional poverty to improve their access to local authority support. They also run an advice line for advice agencies.
- The Office of the Immigration Services Commissioner (OISC) regulates immigration advisers, ensuring they are fit and competent and act in the best interest of their clients. The OISC hosts a register of regulated immigration advisors, which allows you to find one in your area.
If you feel your work would be of assistance to migrants and you have a national reach then please do contact us to discuss being added to this list: [email protected]