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Knowledge is Power Online Workshop – 24 August 2022 – evening session

News | Toolkit

Come to our short online session and learn how to navigate the Right to Remain Toolkit, so that you have the best chance of helping yourself and others to get through the system.

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Knowledge is Power Online Workshop – 24 August 2022 – morning session

News | Toolkit

Come to our short online session and learn how to navigate the Right to Remain Toolkit, so that you have the best chance of helping yourself and others to get through the system. 

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Letters of Support: Do’s and Don’ts

Legal Updates

A letter of support is like a recommendation letter that can be drafted by a supporter, or organisation to back up the story of someone who is making an asylum claim or an immigration application. This guide lays out helpful drafting tips provided by immigration lawyers in our community.   

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The Inadmissibility Rules and Rwanda Plan Explained 

Legal Updates

Recent headlines have been flooded with news about the UK government’s inhumane Rwanda plan. All of this information can be quite confusing. In this blog we will try to break it down.

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Preparing our community for the impact of the Nationality and Borders Act 2022 – online chat

Legal Updates | News | Toolkit

Many users of the Right to Remain Toolkit have recently contacted us, asking about the potential impact of the Nationality and Borders Act 2022 on our community. We are hosting online meetings to discuss how we are preparing to prepare our community for the impact of this new law.

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What Does the Nationality and Borders Act Mean for UK Asylum and Immigration Law?

Legal Updates

On 6 July 2022, remaining parts of the Nationality and Borders Act (or “NABA”) became law. They are summarised here, with changes to the Toolkit to follow.

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Our T-shirts are made for radical solidarity

Donate | News | These Walls Must Fall

They are finally here. You might have seen our campaigners and staff team wearing our brand-new These Walls Must Fall T-shirts. Today, we are making five of them available to five supporters.

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Justice is what love looks like in public

News

Right to Remain are excited to be part of Solidarity Knows No Borders Network Week of Action to End the Hostile Environment which starts today. Read our thoughts on its launch day.

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