A local grassroots group, RAMA (Refugee, Asylum Seeker and Migrant Action) in Colchester has been standing in solidarity with people seeking asylum with severe disabilities, abandoned by the Home Office. It’s time that we show solidarity with them.Read more
A new report outlines the damage caused by the 10 year route to settlement, and outlines a number of key recommendationsRead more
Last weekend, on Saturday 29th October, Right to Remain crew attended These Walls Must Fall end-of-year network gathering in Liverpool.Read more
Because of the Coronavirus public health crisis, there have been some temporary changes to the asylum and immigration process. This includes to the asylum substantive interview, further submissions, visa extensions, appeal hearings, reporting requirements and detention.Read more
During the Covid-19 pandemic, reporting requirements have been paused for many people and largely reduced for others. Now that the lockdown measures are relaxing, the Home Office are likely to start to ask people to report again.
Migrants Organise have produced a checklist to help you see if your reporting requirements are appropriate to your situation. If the requirements aren’t appropriate, you may be able to challenge themRead more
Leah Cowan’s Border Nation (published by Pluto Press) is a short, sharp, incisive analysis of the colonial origins of borders, the violence of immigration control and the profit motive driving so much of immigration policy and practice.
There are quotable lines on every page of this short book, which manages to dig deep into the issues and link up weighty ideas while still being very accessible.Read more
The organisation Law for Life have produced an information guide about right to rent. The guide includes information about who has a right to rent, when you need to prove this right and when you don’t, how to prove a right to rent, changes as a result of Brexit and Covid-19, what you can do if you are discriminated against in this process and more.Read more
This week, the Immigration Health Surcharge increased from £400 to £624.
Read more about the surcharge – and who is exempt from paying – in the Entering the UK section of the Right to Remain Toolkit. We’ve updated the Toolkit to reflect these changes.Read more
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Right to Remain works with communities, groups and organisations across the UK, providing information, resources, training and assistance to help people to establish their right to remain, and to challenge injustice in the immigration and asylum system. Right to Remain is a registered charity (charity number 1192934).Read more