Another Emergency Vigil at the Home Office. 21st September @ 4.30pm

Yesterday we were angered to hear that there had been another death in the UK detention estate, making it the second death in detention in September. One was already too many. This time the death took place closer to home in Dungavel IRC. A Detention Centre which the Home Office had backtracked on its decision Read more about Another Emergency Vigil at the Home Office. 21st September @ 4.30pm[…]

Emergency Vigil @ Home Office in Glasgow; Monday 11th September, 4:30pm

The Home Office have finally confirmed that a Polish man, has died on the 7th September after his life support was switched of after a suicide attempt on the 3rd of September. SOAS Detainee Visitors Group have been in touch with detainees in Harmondsworth since it happened and have been pushing the Home Office to Read more about Emergency Vigil @ Home Office in Glasgow; Monday 11th September, 4:30pm[…]

Charter Flight Tonight to Nigeria and Ghana

Tonight a Charter Flight will be deporting people to Nigeria and Ghana. This comes 5 months after a blockade at Stansted Airport prevented another similar plane departing, that struck a massive blow to Home Office proceedings. The Home Office’s deportation machine did unfortunately manage to right itself, with another 14 Charter Flights having gone since Read more about Charter Flight Tonight to Nigeria and Ghana[…]

URGENT ACTION APPEAL: STOP FORCED REMOVAL OF JAINABA NJIE JOBE

Jainaba Njie Jobe, DOB: 05/02/1978, has a ticket for forced removal on Royal Air Maroc flight AT801 from Heathrow Terminal 2 to Casablanca at 1810hours connecting with AT579 to Banjul, Gambia at 2150hours on the 19 August 2017. This is the second attempt by the Home Office to remove Jainaba, the first attempt was on Read more about URGENT ACTION APPEAL: STOP FORCED REMOVAL OF JAINABA NJIE JOBE[…]

Home Office’s “deport first, appeal later” policy is (of course) unfair and unlawful

  Since July 2014, the Home Office have been deporting people from the UK before their human rights appeals have been heard. The policy is known as “deport first, appeal later” and was enshrined in law at Section 94B of the Nationality Immigration and Asylum Act 2002. Since it began, Unity have been working with Read more about Home Office’s “deport first, appeal later” policy is (of course) unfair and unlawful[…]

Help a father with his legal fees to stay in the UK!

Donate to help Lukeman with legal fees to lodge an immigration case based on his family & private life in the UK! Crowdfunder: https://www.youcaring.com/lukemanindetentionfacingdeportation-882114 Lukeman has been in detention for the last 2 months and could be issued with ticket for a charter flight deportation to Nigeria anytime from now. Unable to work, he does Read more about Help a father with his legal fees to stay in the UK![…]

URGENT ACTION APPEAL: STOP THE FORCED REMOVAL OF PRASHANT KUMAR

Prashant Kumar, born 7th December 1992 has a ticket to be forcibly removed to India on British Airways flight number BA1487 from Glasgow to Heathrow tomorrow Thursday the 6th July at 14:05 from terminal M, followed by Jet Airways flight number 9W121 at 20:45 terminal 4. Prashant’s claim is ongoing and he has an outstanding Read more about URGENT ACTION APPEAL: STOP THE FORCED REMOVAL OF PRASHANT KUMAR[…]

URGENT ACTION APPEAL: STOP FORCED REMOVAL OF JAINABA NJIE JABE

Janinaba Jabe, DOB: 05/02/1978, has a ticket for forced removal on Royal Air Maroc flight AT801 from Heathrow Terminal 4 to Casablanca at 1810hours connecting with AT579 to Banjul, Gambia at 2350hours on the 21st June 2017. Janinaba was held in Dungavel Immigration Removal centre for weeks before she is moved to another Immigration Removal Centre Read more about URGENT ACTION APPEAL: STOP FORCED REMOVAL OF JAINABA NJIE JABE[…]