Members of parliament (MPs) can raise your case with the Home Office or, if appropriate, the Immigration Minister or Home Secretary directly. This could be if you have received a negative decision, have been waiting a very long time for a decision and want a response, if you are detained, or if you are facing removal/deportation.

Earlier today MPs and Peers held a parliamentary meeting on immigration detention, hearing from experts about the hazardous effects of detention, and why urgent and… Read more »

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Mabel is waiting to find out if, today, she will finally find freedom. If she will get to see her daughter. If the punitive deprivation… Read more »

A new report by the All Party Parliamentary Group on Refugees has highlighted serious concerns about the difficulties faced by refugees in settling in the… Read more »

An impassioned and powerful debate on detention took place amongst MPs at Westminster Hall on Tuesday. The debate followed harrowing reports that emerged from Brook… Read more »

“This experience of the detention centre eliminated all my self-confidence and made me feel humiliated and like a slave. Even after they let me go,… Read more »

By Lisa Matthews, coordinator at Right to Remain. Yesterday (12 May 2016), the Immigration Bill 2015-16 received Royal Assent, which means it now becomes the… Read more »

Last night, in the Immigration Bill debate in the House of Lords, peers voted by 187 to 170 in favour of Lord Ramsbotham’s amendment on… Read more »

Yesterday, the 2015 Immigration Bill reached the report stage, at which proposed amendments were debated and voted on. The Bill Let’s start with something simple.… Read more »

“What I’m proposing is a deal – the fewer people there are who wrongly claim asylum in Britain, the more generous we can be in… Read more »