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Immigration Legal Advice

Whatever your case, our expert team of immigration and asylum lawyers can help you.

A message from the CEO – Lifting the Ban

There was an interesting debate in parliament last week – whether people who have come to the UK to ask for protection should be allowed to work if their application isn’t decided on within six months. It was prompted by a coalition of businesses and religious and civil society organisations, including MRC, which is calling…

Integration from Day One

Integration from Day One by Yva Alexandrova Meadway, Policy and Campaigns Manager, MRC.  Integration is how we make immigration work for everyone and ensure that both migrants and their new communities can thrive. But it doesn’t just happen spontaneously. It is a process that requires energy and commitment across different sectors, including government, businesses and…

Reaching our potential: A message from the CEO

Migration has made Britain a more prosperous and innovative place – that’s according to a report published last week by the Migration Advisory Committee (MAC), an influential committee of academics and experts tasked with advising the government on immigration policy. Their report, the most thorough examination of the impact of immigration on the British economy…

What it’s like to have no nationality. A message from the CEO

Four million people in the Indian province of Assam, mostly Muslims, will be left without citizenship next month unless the government includes them on an official register. Thousands of people will be left without a home if the Italian government follows through on promises to expel Roma people. Thousands of children in the UK are…

Why we marched to protest the visit of Donald Trump to the UK

On 13 July Donald Trump’s visit to the UK brought central London to a standstill. With over 250 000 people joining the Women’s March and the Stop Trump demonstration, it was a day of resistance, celebration and defiance. The Women’s March stood together for justice, equality and peace and Migrants Resource Centre was proud to…