The Asylum Support Appeals Project warmly invites you to attend our Destitution Awareness Afternoon and Annual General Meeting On Thursday 5th December 2013, from 14.00 at Amnesty International Human Rights Action Centre 17-25 New Inn Yard, London, EC2A 3EA For further details please click on ASAP – Agenda – Destitution Awareness Afternoon and AGM 5th [...]November, 2013
If you are an asylum seeker…
If you are an asylum seeker you should go to your local One Stop Services, such as Refugee Action, Refugee Council, Scottish Refugee Council, Welsh Refugee Council and North of England Refugee Service or other advice agencies for advice. Your adviser can call our Advice Line on your behalf.
ASAP is unable to take enquiries from asylum seekers directly
ASAP offers training on all aspects of asylum support (NASS/UKBA support) including asylum support appeals (NASS appeals) to voluntary sector advice agencies and refugee community organisations who are advising asylum seekers on asylum support related issues.
Home Office instructions for Iranians accessing Section 4 support on the grounds they are taking ‘all reasonable steps’ to return to Iran. We have been notified by Refugee Action that the Home Office has produced an ‘instruction to case owners’ concerning access to section 4 asylum support for Iranians under 3(2)(a). Apparently it doesn’t constitute [...]June, 2013