At Migrant Help we have over 50 years of knowledge and experience of giving advice and support to vulnerable migrants in the UK.

  • What we do

    We help vulnerable migrants across the UK feel protected, safe, informed and supported so that they are able to move forward with their lives. Find out more about our services.

  • What we believe

    Our vision is for a global society that protects vulnerable migrants, treats them with respect and enables them to become successful members of their communities.

  • Where we work

    Migrant Help offers a range of services across the UK. To find a service near you search our interactive map.

  • Who we are

    Over the past 50 years, Migrant Help has developed services and projects based on our core belief of listening, understanding and supporting individual vulnerable migrants. Find out more about our leadership team, staff and volunteers.

Clear Voice interpreting and translation services

Clear Voice offers high quality interpreter and translation services throughout the UK and is the only not-for-profit service of its kind. All Clear Voice’s profits go to Migrant Help to support its work combatting human trafficking and assisting migrants in need.

  • Instant telephone interpreting
    Instant Telephone Interpreting service allows immediate access to an interpreter with no set up charges and no contract required. You only pay for the time you use with no minimum booking time.
  • Face-to-face interpreting
    Clear Voice can provide UK-wide interpreters, endeavouring to keep face-to-face sessions at minimum cost by booking interpreters as close to the desired location as possible.
  • Translations
    We offer high quality, competitively priced translation services (written and audio) with professional translators in many different languages and fields of expertise to help businesses and organisations.

Latest news

  • Modern slavery and human trafficking

    04 October 2017

    The International Labour Organisation and the Walk Free Foundation recently published the Global Estimates of Modern Slavery. An estimated 40.3 million people were victims of modern slavery in 2016. 24.9 million of them were in forced labour. That is, they were being forced to work under threat or coercion as domestic workers, on construction sites,...Read more

  • Migrant Help’s new CEO

    30 June 2017

    Migrant Help welcomes its new CEO Andrew Billany. Andrew joins the charity from a background of CEO, Director and Board Member roles across a range of housing, local authority and voluntary sector organisations. He has been Chief Executive of housing organisations for most of the previous seventeen years. This includes his most recent role at...Read more

  • World Refugee Day

    20 June 2017

    On the World Refugee Day, 20 June, we commemorate the strength, courage, and perseverance of more than 65million people who have been forced to flee war, persecution and violence. Last year, 20 people were forced to leave their homes every minute. Children under the age of 18 constitute more than half of the world’s refugee...Read more

  • Migrant Help appoints a permanent Chief Executive

    16 May 2017

    Andrew Billany will be joining the organisation on 26 June and brings with him a wealth of expertise and experience. Andrew has been Chief Executive of housing organisations for most of the past seventeen years, including a Housing Association specialising in care and support. He currently manages large scale housing services at Homes for Haringey. Andrew is the...Read more

  • Migrant Help UK welcomes full refugee status for resettled Syrians

    27 March 2017

    The Home Office announced that from 1 July this year, all Syrians arriving under the Vulnerable Persons Relocation Scheme (VPRS) will be granted refugee status rather than humanitarian protection. This means that the refugees will have full access to higher education and overseas travel documents. Since the beginning of VPRS around 5,500 Syrian refugees have...Read more

  • Cristian’s Story:
    Two years ago I had nothing. No food and nowhere to live. I’d managed to shower maybe twice a year. Now, thanks to Migrant Help, I have safe accommodation, new clothes and they have helped me see doctors for my health problems. Most of all, they have listened to me. I’m so thankful for everything they’ve done. They’re like a family to me now.
  • Stefan’s Story:
    Many nights my children would go to bed hungry. My wife Tasaria and I gave them whatever food we had, but it was rarely enough. Their clothes were worn through. But with no money, I’m ashamed to say I’d even looked in rubbish bins for clothes other families had thrown out.