What we do
For Asyum Seekers, Refugees, those with Indefinate Leave to Remain and those with No Recourse to Public Funds we offer support with:
For clients who are destitute, have no income due to their immigration status, or are in transition between asylum and refugee status we have a destitution service. Our caseworker works with them to provide access to food and toiletries and financial support. We also provide long-term integration support, helping with housing, benefits, education and employment.
& Legal Advice
Our Office of Immigration Services Commissioner (OISC) Level 2 accredited legal advisor provides people in need with a range of vital services that include: Family reunion applications, applications for humanitarian protection, case resolution support for those whose cases have been waiting in the system too long, applications for permission to work and travel document applications for those who have been grated humanitarian protection of exceptional leave to remain.
How to Help
There are a number of ways you can help us to provide aid.
Make a charity donation to Brighton Voices in Exile. You can choose to give monthly, or make a one off commitment.Donate
Volunteers are at the core of Brighton Voices in Exile, and there are many ways to get involvedLearn more
We'd love it if you considered fundraising for us, whatever kind of event you'd like to organise. As a small charity any donation goes a long way, towards helping us so please do get in touch with us. We can help with ideas, contacts and more information about our work.Learn more
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