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Immigration & Asylum law Advice Line
Rights of Women - helping women through the law

Immigration and asylum law advice line

For advice on issues including:

•claiming asylum

•the rights of Europeans and their families in the UK

•trafficking

•immigration law, including in relation to domestic violence, long residence and family life

•financial support options, including for women with no recourse to public funds

 

Call 020 7490 7689 (telephone) or 020 7490 2562 (textphone) 

Mondays between 12pm and 3pm and Thursdays between 10am and 1pm.

 

You will speak to a member of our team who will take your details and some information about your legal issue. We will then arrange for you to be called by one of our specialist women lawyers who will advise you in English over the telephone. We are not able to give urgent or face-to-face advice. We aim to contact you within 5 working days.

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•All our advisors are women solicitors or barristers with expertise in the relevant areas of law.

 

•We can only advise in English on the law as it applies in England and Wales.

 

•We can speak to individual women seeking legal advice as well as individuals and organisations who support women with these issues.

 

•The advice lines can be extremely busy, so please be patient. In addition, the women solicitors and barristers who advise on our evening sessions are all volunteers. This means that occasionally we have to close the line, sometimes at short notice. We apologise for any inconvenience this causes and recommend that you call the advice line to hear a recorded message confirming the available sessions this week.

 

•We cannot advise outside of the advertised advice line times or by email.

 

•Legal advice is available by telephone or textphone only. We do not see women face to face and cannot answer email enquiries. Please read our FAQ section here

 

•You can download free legal guides and other publications on legal issues affecting women here.

 

•If you are an advisor, please also see Advice for advisors.

 

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