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January 2018

Leave to remain with ‘No Recourse to Public Funds’

A guide on preparing a 'change of conditions' application for people who are destitute

For individuals, please click here.

You should use this guidance if:

• You have limited leave to remain for 2.5 years

• With no recourse to public funds

• You are facing homelessness or very serious poverty

• You want to apply to the Home Office to get access to mainstream welfare benefits and social housing

 

 For Immigration Advisors, please click here

You should use this guidance if:

You are a registered immigration advisor accredited at OISC Level 1 or above

Your client has limited leave to remain on the basis of their family or private life (except under the 5 year parent or partner route)

• With no recourse to public funds

• They are facing homelessness or very serious poverty

They want to apply to the Home Office to get access to mainstream welfare benefits and social housing 

 

 

 

June 2017: Universal Credit FAQs

Click here for frequently asked questions on Universal Credit.

 

May 2018: London Legal Walk

LLST 22nd may 2017

 

Brexit and EU citizens' rights

Please click here to read Tim Lawrence’s paper for our workshop on Brexit and EU citizens' rights with Housing Action Southwark and Lambeth (part of the London Coalition Against Poverty).

 

Peckham Peculiar - September 2016

Please click here to read the brilliant feature article in the Peckham Peculiar newspaper on the work of Southwark Law Centre. 

 

Southwark Law Centre - Newsletter Autumn 2017

Please click here for a copy of our latest members newsletter.

Autumn 2017

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 AGM 2017

Almost 60 people attended our 2017 AGM on Tuesday 24 October, held at Bells Gardens Community Centre in October 2017.

Representatives of some of our partner agencies spoke about: The  importance of access to justice, How the Law Centres support disadvantaged local residents and Planning.

Speakers included: Councillor Dame Anne Owers, Chair of the Independent Police Complaints Commission, Steve Hedger, Chair of  of Camberwell East Area Forum and Southwark Tenant Council. John Hobson QC, Planning Voice new project funded by United St Saviours Charity, Esther Drabkin-Reiter, Neighbourhood Planning Caseworker Southwark Law Centre. 

 

We would like to thank the speakers, Peckham Singers, staff and trustees and all those who attended and assisted in organising the AGM.

 

 

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Presentation to Forum for Equalities and Human Rights