Asylum Support Appeals Project
ASAP’s aim is to reduce destitution experienced by asylum seekers by helping them to obtain housing and welfare support
ASAP is a small national charity which aims to reduce destitution amongst asylum seekers by protecting their legal rights to food and shelter. ASAP carries out three types of work:
1) Free legal representation and advice to the asylum seekers appealing against UKBA’s decision to refuse or withdraw their support. Every year, we assist about 600 asylum seekers at the First-Tier Tribunal (Asylum Support).
2) Asylum support advice and training to frontline organisations, advice agencies and legal practitioners working with with asylum seekers.
3) Policy, lobbying and litigation to improve policies and procedures on asylum support.
Who to contact
- 0203 716 0284 0203 716 0284 0203 716 0283 (Advice Line)(Mon, Wed, Fri 2-4pm) 0203 716 0283 (Advice Line)(Mon, Wed, Fri 2-4pm)
- Asylum Support
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Lines open Monday, Wednesdays, Fridays 2pm-4pm only.
Container City Building, 48
Trinity Buoy Wharf
- E14 0FN
- Other notes
If you are an asylum seeker and need advice about your housing and benefits problems, you should go to your nearest advice agency and ask an adviser to call us on 020 7729 3042 ASAP is independent from the UK Border Agency (UKBA). All queries are treated in confidence