The Justice Together North East Partnership is a regional partnership project, creating a Specialist Immigration Advice Hub across the North East and is funded by Justice Together.
What is the Justice Together North East Partnership?
The Justice Together North East Partnership is a partnership project between advice and support partners including North East Law Centre. The project will create a Specialist Immigration Advice Hub to widen access to Immigration Law advice throughout the North East. The project aims to provide holistic support to migrant communities in the North East through the project's hub model, and sustainably increase access to free immigration advice, ensuring wider capacity across the North East for the duration of the project and beyond.
Our partners are:
- Advice partners: North East Law Centre, Justice First and North of England Refugee Service
- Support partners: Friends of the Drop-In, Open Door (North East), Rainbow Home, Action Foundation, West End Refugee Service, International Community Organisation of Sunderland and The Angelou Centre
Who is the project for?
The Justice Together North East Project can assist clients in the following areas:
- Specialist immigration advice
- Family Reunion
- No Recourse to Public Funds cases
- Cases outside the scope of Legal Aid, including fresh asylum claims