‘If I don’t come back, call my lawyer’: Practical solidarity for people at risk of detention.

In communities across the UK, around 80,000 people with pending asylum and immigration claims have to ‘report’ with the Home Office. This happens at regular intervals – weekly, fortnightly, monthly – and can often be logistically complicated, expensive, and disruptive.

Looming over each visit is the possibility of being detained indefinitely.

We wrote for Red Pepper about local support groups that have set up systems to provide practical ‘signing support’ across the UK.

Read it here.



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