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Immigration Cases

Immigration cases

 

Immigration Advice

Southwark and Lewisham Law Centre’s immigration teams deliver specialist legal advice and assistance including telephone and email advice for frontline advice agencies and casework including appeals and judicial review.   

We prioritise cases for vulnerable people such as children, young people, people at risk of gender violence, people with mental health problem, and individuals and families facing destitution and homelessness for reasons relating to immigration status. Many of the cases we take on involve breaches of human rights and we aim to use the law strategically.

We are only able to take a small number of cases by referral from other agencies.

Unfortunately we cannot take cases directly from the public.

For more information on immigration advice services in Southwark and Lewisham click here.

If you are an organisation looking for advice for your client, or to make a referral you may call us on Monday, Wednesday, and Friday10-1 and 2-5.30pm. 

 

Privacy Notice

 

Any personal data you give to the Law Centre, its staff and Volunteers for the purposes of seeking advice will be confidentially and securely stored in accordance with our data retention policy (a copy of which is available on request).  It will be held by the Law Centre as Data Controller and will only be used for the purposes of considering and where appropriate conducting your case. It will not be disclosed to any third parties and will be securely deleted in accordance with our data retention policy.  You have a right to be told what data we hold about you (though you are likely to have provided us with that data) and to have it corrected if it is wrong.  You may have other rights under the data protection legislation and you can find out more about these rights from the Information Commissioner’s Office at www.ico.org.uk

Privacy Notice

Any personal data you give to the Law Centre, its staff and Volunteers for the purposes of seeking advice will be confidentially and securely stored in accordance with our data retention policy (a copy of which is available on request).  It will be held by the Law Centre as Data Controller and will only be used for the purposes of considering and where appropriate conducting your case. It will not be disclosed to any third parties and will be securely deleted in accordance with our data retention policy.  You have a right to be told what data we hold about you (though you are likely to have provided us with that data) and to have it corrected if it is wrong.  You may have other rights under the data protection legislation and you can find out more about these rights from the Information Commissioner’s Office at www.ico.org.uk