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What we know about the Rwanda Act and Treaty so far

On 25 April, the government’s Safety of Rwanda Act received Royal Assent and became law. At the same time, the UK’s Treaty (agreement) with Rwanda was ratified. This means that the treaty has become legally binding upon the UK and Rwanda. 

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Going digital: change to online e-visas to prove immigration status

On the 31st December 2024, BRP cards will be abolished and there will be a change to digital, online visas. This blog explains what we know so far about this plan. 

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Inside our Stand Up! Speak Out! Workshop

On 29 April, we ran a workshop as part of the 2024 Stand Up! Speak Out! Training Series. Read this blog to find out more.

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The Illegal Migration Act: Latest updates

Our latest updates on the Illegal Migration Act 2023. Updated 12 February 2024 to reflect on the publication of the Home Office’s ‘safe and legal routes’ report

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Radical Solidarity Series: Spotlight on the Unity Sisters’ Community Peer Advocacy Project 

This blog about the Unity Sisters is part of our Radical Solidarity Series, dedicated to showcasing the work of grassroots organisations who are using Right to Remain’s resources to support their communities.

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These Walls Must Fall campaigners and allies marching against the Rwanda plan in central Manchester. Some hold banners.

These Walls Must Fall nominated for SMK National Campaigners Awards 2024

These Walls Must Fall, our lived-experience migration justice campaigning network, has been nominated for the prestigious SMK National Campaigners Awards 2024, under its Amplifying Voices category. 

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Immigration bail reporting: the basics

Following the passing of the Safety of Rwanda Act, and people being detained under Rwanda powers, we have been asked to provide information about reporting conditions. This blog gives information about what happens if you miss a reporting event

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Inside our Rwanda Information Webinar – 1 May

Read about our Rwanda Webinar, where over 380 people joined us to learn more about the Rwanda Act and Treaty, and immigration raids.

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