Please note that our drop-in sessions are currently suspended.
Please note that our immigration referrals are currently closed externally until further notice however, limited number of clients can still be offered legal advice and representation, depending on the initial assessment of needs by our Refugee And Migrant Project’s (RAMP) service worker under the Trust for London funding.
Please also note that our immigration services phone line is for existing clients only and we do not provide legal advice or take referrals over the phone.
As of March 2021, we are an OISC registered organisation specialising in Asylum, Immigration and Nationality Law. Our OISC number is: N202000133.
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.
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.
Feedback from clients so far has been incredibly positive.
Good morning to you and I hope this email meet you well.
Please, find attached the decision letter for my application which is a VERY good news! It came in yesterday but it wasn’t until last night that I checked my email. I wanted to write you instantly but couldn’t put words together as I was very happy and my emotions were high. Thank you soooo much for everything you did in the process of making this a possibility. I will forever be grateful. You are Godsent!
Thank you very much once again.A recent client granted leave to remain as a parent, with recourse to public funds.
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.
We are a referral-based service and we do not accept referrals over the telephone.
Please fill in the form above only if you are sure that your matter falls within the accepted categories or you are referring under a partnership agreement with the Renewal Programme.
Our bi-monthly drop-in session, face to face consultations and follow up appointments take place at our premises.
Attending a drop-in session does not require prior appointment and clients are seen on a first come first serve basis. There is no cost to receive legal advice from the Renewal Programme.
Drop-in sessions are often conducted in presence of the law students from the University of East London, who also volunteer in the UEL Legal Advice Centre and shadow our lawyers and accredited immigration practitioners, who deliver our legal services.
Please note that there is no supervisory element involved in delivery of our legal services and we do not have trainee advisors, therefore all our legal services are performed by specialist caseworkers operating at appropriate level.
If you are from an organisation based in Newham and interested in partnering with the Renewal Programme in order to secure legal services for your clients, please express your interests here.
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