We work with people who are in the final stages of the asylum process, to give them the best possible opportunity to use the available evidence to support their claim for asylum. Usually this is at the point in the asylum process where legal services are no longer available to them. We discuss the range of realistic options available to people at this stage in the process and advise appropriately. We are Office of Immigration Services Commissioner (OISC) registered and have a wide range of experience in these areas.
We offer a range of services, advice and signposting to those who find themselves homeless and destitute with no recourse to public funds. We work with local partner organisations who can provide humanitarian support to those in need.
If you want to understand what Justice First has done for me and my family – just look at us – our body language. When we first came to Justice First we were sad and we did not smile and we were weighed down with our problems and I was in despair. The children were often upset and crying. Justice First has given us new hope. They have helped me with my case. Look at us now – we are upright, bright eyed and the children are happy and enjoying new friends. The people we miss the most are our family back home – and now we have found a new family through Justice First”