Need help? I'm based in Birmingham Asylum and Immigration Law What help can we offer you? We prioritise our resources to helping children who do not have immigration status, adult and unaccompanied child asylum seekers, victims of trafficking and modern slavery and victims of domestic violence. We undertake work at all stages of the immigration and asylum process, including representing individuals and families in appeals and applications for judicial review. This may include: asylum claims of unaccompanied children, young people and vulnerable adults fresh asylum and human rights claims immigration applications for families supported by a local authority, and applications for leave to remain in the UK if you have been a victim of domestic violence. We will provide you with initial advice. You may then be able to resolve your problem yourself or you may need ongoing advice and representation from one of our advisors. Family Reunion Support to make applications for family reunion in partnership with Red Cross. Citizenship for young people (Kids in Need of Defence UK): Pro bono legal advice to help children and young people make applications for citizenship. Migrant rights: Information on legal rights to migrants and refugees being supported by the region wide MiFriendly Cities project. How can you access this service? You can be referred to us by an organisation that is already supporting you. Or you can visit our offices or call 0121 227 6540 to make an appointment at our advice clinic on Wednesdays at the Birmingham Community Law Centre offices between 1pm and 3pm. Or, complete this online form. We make appointments for these clinics from 11am on the Tuesday the week before. There are a maximum of ten appointments per week available. Other sources of help and information Refugee and Migrant Centre Provide free information, advice and support for refugees and migrants. Brushstrokes Community Project Support for refugees and migrants across Sandwell, West Birmingham and beyond We are registered with the Office of the Immigration Services Commissioner (OISC) and accredited by the Law Society to provide immigration and asylum legal advice and representation.