Our lawyers are assisted by trained and supervised law students. The service is offered for free to those who cannot afford to pay a lawyer privately elsewhere.
In very few cases, our lawyers are able to help people write and submit their application, but unfortunately we cannot offer this service to everyone we advise.
We have a limited number of appointments between October and December, and between February and May. Please contact us if you would like to make an appointment. If you would like an appointment it is best to contact us by mid-October for October to December appointments, and mid-February for February to May appointments.
We can provide advice in the following areas: refugee family reunion, statelessness, fresh claims for asylum, applications for British citizenship, rights of EEA/EU nationals, applications to extend discretionary leave and some other types of leave to remain, and cases involving trafficking.
Please send an email with the detail about your case, attaching documents if possible. We aim to get back to you within seven days to let you know whether we will be able to advise you.
Liverpool Law Clinic and Aslyum Aid Statelessness Briefing - Ongoing challenges - December 2020
- Download the full breifing: LLC - AA Statelessness Briefing - Ongoing challenges - Dec 20 (pdf)
- View the UNHCR Audit Report
- Read the Home Office Response
- Read the Free Movement blog article: 'Expert Report Finds Room for Improvement in UK's Statelessness System'
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