We recognise the complex nature of needs of our local population; RAMP is designed to support migrants and asylum seekers who are destitute or are facing destitution, and as of January 2021, we can now offer Immigration Services and Support in partnership with an OISC registered organisation specialising in Asylum, Immigration and Nationality Law.

RAMP, and The Renewal Programme, believe that supporting people with unclear immigration status, asylum seekers and undocumented migrants can reduce homelessness, prevent destitution and contribute towards their integration into the society.

An immigration advisor provides advice and advocacy in asylum, immigration and nationality matters. We help individuals, as well as families, to obtain refugee status, leave to remain, settlement and British citizenship.

To ensure that clients’ needs are addressed adequately, we also offer assistance in complex cases involving previous refusals of applications or appeals and immigration enforcement.

If you think that you need our help, then please do get in contact, but on a rare occasion that your matter falls outside the remit of our services, we might be able to refer you to an appropriate organisation.

Please provide your details and a brief description of your case on our immigration enquiries contact form and our advisor will contact you in order to discuss your matter.

Our Offices

Due to COVID-19, our advisors can only see clients face-to-face if they attend our bi-weekly food bank. Otherwise all other consultations will be done over the telephone or via e-mail, so please do ensure you complete the above form with contact details and as much information as possible.