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The 2020 Right to Remain Toolkit is here!

Legal Updates

We are delighted to announce that the latest edition of the book version of the Right to Remain Toolkit, our self-help and solidarity guide to the immigration and asylum system, has arrived!

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Supreme Court confirms that Jalloh’s curfew amounted to false imprisonment

Legal Updates

We were pleased to hear the news last week that the Supreme Court had dismissed the Home Office’s appeal on the matter of Mr Jalloh’s unlawful curfew, which had been maintained for two years.

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We’re recruiting for new members of our Management Committee, including a Treasurer

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Do you want to make a difference in these challenging times for migrant rights? Do you have the skills and experience to help a small national organisation continue to punch above its weight?

Right to Remain is seeking to recruit volunteer board members for our Management Committee, including a new Treasurer.

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Destitution in the asylum and immigration process has to end

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No one should be destitute. In the modern world, and in a wealthy country, it is quite simply an ideological choice that people are homeless and/or without the very basics people need to live a decent life.

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The CW4 Appeals Project

Legal Updates

The CW4 Appeals Project is a new project focusing on immigration and asylum legal aid cases where legal aid is withdrawn on the basis of the merits test.

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Applying for EU Settled Status

Legal Updates

A reminder about applying for EU Settled Status, with links to useful resources.

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Join the Refugee Solidarity Summit this weekend

News

We are very pleased to be part of the Refugee Solidarity Summit, a convening of grassroots solidarity networks, non profit organisations, activists, volunteers, community organisers and NGO’s working in the areas of refugee support, solidarity, advocacy and welcome in the UK and across Europe.

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There’s power in the community: Otis granted sanctuary

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We were delighted to hear the news last week that Otis Bolamu was granted the right to remain. Otis, originally from the Democratic Republic of the Congo but now truly claimed by Swansea, was detained and faced imminent removal at the end of 2018.

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