Making your own application:

If you would like help to make your own application, we run free group workshops where we will explain how you can make your own application. Please contact us if you would like to come to our next workshop.

We also have resources here to help you make your own application. See below for other organisations that may also be able to assist with the application.

Making a referral for help with the application:

When our waiting list is open, we welcome referrals for assistance. To make a referral, please complete this form. Once you have completed the form we will get in touch with you by phone as soon as possible to discuss your referral and the next steps.

If you are unable to fill out the form, please email us directly at We will reply as soon as possible.

We are not a drop-in centre and can see people by appointment only.

Whether you decide to wait for an appointment, attend a workshop or decide to make the application yourself, you can use our guide Here to prepare.



Other organisations helping with this application:

There are some other organisations that may be able to help - please contact them directly:

CARIS Haringey (if you live in Haringey or have been housed by Haringey Council):

Refugee Women's Action (if you live in Hackney, Islington, Westminster or Lewisham):

Genesis Advantage: Referral via the advice drop-in on Wednesdays; St Jude's Centre, SE1 6EZ; 020 7620 3753

British Red Cross Essex (for people living in Essex): Contact Janine to make a referral; 01245 291027.

Wanstead and Woodford Migrant Support Centre (for people living in Redbridge and neighbouring boroughs; Waltham Forest, Newham, Barking and Dagenham and Havering, as well as Essex):;; 07397 028408.

The Cardinal Hume Centre:

Outside of London:

Greater Manchester Immigration Aid Unit (for people living in Manchester only):

City Life Education and Action for Refugees CLEAR (Southampton based):



Other sources of advice:

We only assist with Change of Conditions applications for people with NRPF, but you may need advice on other issues. Please click here for a list of organisations and groups which provide further support and advice for people with NRPF.