Because of unprecedented demand for our services, the Trustees of Asylum Justice have reluctantly agreed this evening that Asylum Justice should not accept any new clients until at least 1st August 2015. The implication of this decision is that people arriving at our weekly drop-in clinics may be given one-off advice, an appeal lodged or a referral made on the night, but no ongoing cases will be taken until the current workload decreases.
Two Trustees of Asylum Justice - Emma Borland and Lucy Goodridge - will be running the Cardiff Half Marathon in October to raise awareness and much-needed funds. The Board of Trustees and Legal Director, Ruth Brown want to ensure future sustainability of current services which include free legal advice, representation and support to asylum seekers in Wales. Any donations large or small will be greatly appreciated: http://tinyurl.com/kmzr8c3.
Please note that there will not be drop-in sessions at City United Reformed Church on either of the bank holidays in May 2015 - 4th and 25th.
Please note that there will not be drop-in session at City United Reformed Church on Easter Monday - 6th April 2015.
Providing all necessary paperwork is ready, Asylum Justice will be open for business on Monday 12th January.