We can help if you want to speak to someone in person about an immigration problem. It’s important to get help early if you’re not sure what to do.
How we can help
We can help new migrants access benefits and other local support and have a group of volunteer ‘Language Friends’ who can provide informal help to overcome language barriers if needed.
“I can’t thank you enough! You helped me and my family and I couldn’t be more happy with all the follow up calls and help throughout.”
We regularly help with:
- Support for new migrants and refugees
- Staying in the UK after Brexit
- Applying for British citizenship
- Visas for family and friends
- Asylum and refugee status
- Deportation and living in the UK illegally
For local support, for example to help families integrate successfully in the local community, go to Uttlesford Frontline and search ‘immigration’.
Local council support for refugees from Ukraine in Uttlesford
Local council support for refugees from Ukraine in South Cambs
Welcome guide for Ukrainians arriving in the UK