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Based at Sheffield Hallam University, the Refugee Rights Hub offers free legal advice and support to refugees who want to be reunited with their family

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Make a Referral

The first step is to complete and submit our online Referral Form. Our friendly team of qualified immigration and asylum case workers will do everything they can to support you.

We can only assist you if you already have Refugee or Humanitarian Protection status. Unfortunately, we are unable to help individuals who do not meet these requirements.

Case Studies

Case Study: A’s Story

A was forced to flee Sudan as his life was at risk, leaving behind his pregnant wife and young child. Staying in regular contact with his family during his difficult journey was hard, and he was moving from place-to-place seeking safety for almost two years. However, once A arrived in the UK he was able to be in contact with his family more regularly as having a mobile phone was easier. He arrived in UK in 2017 and was granted asylum just over two years later, when he started the Refugee Family Reunion applications for his wife and children with us. A came from a [...]

Case Study: D’s Story

D was a political activist and he was forced to flee his country of origin, leaving behind his wife and two children. Despite a family tragedy and considerable regulatory hurdles, we are delighted to report that D has been reunited with his wife and two daughters. D fought for democracy and access to education for all regardless of economic status. However, he was forced to leave his country alone due to an increasing repressive and vindictive regime. As soon as D was granted asylum in the UK, he began the process of family reunion. When he left, his wife was pregnant but she lost the [...]

Case Studies

Case Study: A’s Story

A was forced to flee Sudan as his life was at risk, leaving behind his pregnant wife and young child. Staying in regular contact with his family during his difficult journey was hard, and he was moving from place-to-place seeking safety for almost two years. However, once A arrived in the UK he was able to be in contact with his family more regularly as having a mobile phone was easier. He arrived in UK in 2017 and was granted asylum just over two years later, when he started the Refugee Family Reunion applications for his wife and children with us. A came from a [...]

Case Study: D’s Story

D was a political activist and he was forced to flee his country of origin, leaving behind his wife and two children. Despite a family tragedy and considerable regulatory hurdles, we are delighted to report that D has been reunited with his wife and two daughters. D fought for democracy and access to education for all regardless of economic status. However, he was forced to leave his country alone due to an increasing repressive and vindictive regime. As soon as D was granted asylum in the UK, he began the process of family reunion. When he left, his wife was pregnant but she lost the [...]

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