Summary: Somalia – safe for returns?

The Free Movement blog has very useful updates and commentary on asylum and immigration law.  While not solely for the use of lawyers, some of the posts may be less accessible to people without a legal background. You can find simplified summaries of key Free Movement posts on this resources blog. See below for one […]

Migrant Children’s Project: helpline and legal factsheets

The Migrant Children’s Project promotes the rights of migrant, asylum-seeking and refugee children and young people and works to ensure that they receive the protection and support they need.  They provide one-to-one advice through an advice line and outreach advice work, a range of free resources and online information, and training to practitioners working with […]

Third country cases: Dublin III Regulations compared to Dublin II

This guest blog post is written by Robert Swinfen, a member of the Management Committee of Right to Remain. He has been closely involved in a few campaigns for the right to remain, including a successful campaign to prevent a transfer under the Dublin II regulations. “Dublin” is the term often used to refer to […]

Legal help for stateless people

3 September 2013 The Liverpool Law Clinic is launching a free legal representation service to help people who are stateless to make an application for leave to remain under the new statelessness determination procedure. It doesn’t matter how long the person has been staying in the UK illegally, if they are not recognised as nationals […]