To celebrate our 60th anniversary we've launched 'Sharing Hope’, a set of photo-based stories that capture the humanity, shared joy and close working relationships forged by displaced people and those that support them. Read more
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Whatever the event or challenge, we’ll support you every step of the way.
New clients supported by our asylum services last year.
Potential victims of modern slavery supported last year.
EU citizents advised on the EU settlement Scheme.
In our work, we meet many incredible individuals determined to build better lives for themselves and their families. Here you can read some of their stories.
We support those most in need and least likely to find support elsewhere, whilst aiming to bridge community gaps and bring services and support together.
by displacement and exploitation… because every person deserves the opportunity to thrive.
I'm 25 years old, originally from Lahore, Pakistan. My childhood was challenging as my parents split when I was young, making home life a bit of a struggle. Read more
I had to leave my country because I suspected something related to drugs was happening in my previous job. I decided to leave because I was in fear as these people can be dangerous. Read more
The journey is seriously life-threatening and the person who takes it has to gamble with his or her life. Read more
Unfortunately, some issues with accessing asylum support payments still persist. Read more
We are pleased to present Migrant Help’s new organisational strategy for 2024 to 2029. Read more
Asylum support is provided while an asylum claim is being considered or after a claim for asylum has been refused. Read more