Please note that we can ONLY respond to your asylum queries if you are already in the UK.
For further advice, if you can please attend one of our monthly asylum meetings, volunteer lawyers will talk about the asylum process. There may also be time to ask the lawyers questions or speak to a UKLGIG support worker. Schedule here.
If you are in the UK and cannot attend the meeting, or need to speak to someone more urgently,
please call 020 7922 7811 Monday to Friday, during office hours.
If we are unable to take your call during these hours, please leave a message with contact details and we will return your call as soon as we can.
The Partnership section of the website has a wealth of information about immigration for unmarried partners and civil/married partners. Please study this carefully before you do anything else. If you still seem to have an unanswered question, your next step should be to visit the Forum.
The Forum has a very effective search facility and there is a high likelihood that your question will have previously been raised by someone else. Many people think that their situation is unique, but find in the Forum that very similar scenarios have been encountered before. If a search does not provide the information you need, please post your question and our experienced volunteers will respond in straightforward cases. Questions requiring specialist legal input will be referred to a rota of expert solicitors who will respond as and when needed.
Enquiries from LGBTQI+ people seeking asylum: 020 7922 7811 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Press and parliamentary enquiries: 07434 655353 or email@example.com
All other enquiries: 020 7922 7812 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Address: 32-36 Loman Street, Southwark, London SE1 0EH [Map]
[Note: There are no drop in advice or support services at our office, apart from scheduled partnership and monthly asylum meetings. Please check these schedules in the sidebar on the right, or telephone the office.]
|YOUR PRIVACY AND CONFIDENTIALITY IF YOU CONTACT US
UKLGIG is committed to protecting your privacy and confidentiality. If you contact us for advice or another service we need to record information about you before we can assess how we might help you. We will keep a written record of the information you give us, and what we discuss with you. As we are an organisation for LGBTQI+ people we may need to ask you about your sexual orientation and/or gender identity history to ensure we give you the best possible advice. The information you give us is kept confidential. We will keep it only as long as we need to, which may be up to 6 years if we give you advice. You have legal rights protecting your personal information that we record.