Guide from ASAP on going through an asylum support appeal

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The organisation ASAP (Asylum Support Appeals Project) have made an easy-read guide to going through an asylum support appeal.

Asylum support is financial assistance and/or accommodation from the Home Office when you are going through the asylum process. To get asylum support, you have to apply to the Home Office and show that you meet the criteria to receive it (including that you are destitute).

The guide from ASAP provides information about appealing decisions to refuse or discontinue asylum support. It covers How to appeal to the Tribunal, a Guide to writing the appeal form, Preparing for the hearing and What happens on the day of the hearing.



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