Manuel Bravo Project is a charity providing legal assistance to asylum seekers who cannot get legal aid. We help people in asylum appeals and in fresh claims.
We have in-house qualified immigration caseworkers who can provide advice and represent clients in the immigration tribunal. Leeds firms also provide pro-bono support. Our office is qualified by OISC, the Office of the Immigration Services Commissioner
The best way to get help from the project is to be referred by another organisation. If this is not possible, please contact by phone or email.
Meeting Point works with refugees and asylum seekers. It aims to:
Together with other organisations, Meeting Point provides a range of community provisions to meet the needs of its beneficiaries – for example to do with health, employment, advice, family support or food.
Meeting Point is based at Christ Church in Armley, Leeds.
Postal address as above.
Drop in address: Christ Church, Armley Ridge Road, Leeds, LS12 3LE.
Help and advice appointments can be made for Tuesdays or Wednesdays. Please attend the drop-in or phone the office to arrange one.
We also now provide English classes on Mondays 1:30pm - 2:30pm and Wednesdays 11am - 12:30pm.
English; a number of refugee community languages are spoken by our volunteers.
Migrant Help is a UK charity offering support, guidance and accommodation to vulnerable migrants across the UK.
Migrant Help provides independent advice and guidance to assist asylum seekers in the UK move through and understand the asylum process.
It offers face to face advice to asylum seekers in initial accommodation sites, as well as outreach services to vulnerable clients.
Find out more at Migrant Help's Migrant Help's 'About asylum services' page
Phone the free helpline on 0808 8010 503.
Visit Migrant Help's service user portal to use the webchat service, complete application forms and download information resources.
Migration Yorkshire is a local authority-led regional migration partnership.
Migration Yorkshire works with national government, local government, and others to ensure that Yorkshire and Humber can deal with, and benefit from, migration. We work with agencies across the statutory, voluntary, community and private sectors to help support the delivery of high quality services to migrants in a way that benefits everyone living in local communities. See the About us page of this website for information about particular areas of our work.
Our offices are not open to the public, but we can be contacted by telephone, email or post using the contact details above. For a list of some individual staff and their contact details, go to the Contact us page of this website.
We cover the following areas
Barnsley, Bradford, Calderdale, Doncaster, East Riding, Harrogate, Hull, Kirklees, Leeds, North East Lincolnshire, North Lincolnshire, Rotherham, Selby, Sheffield, Wakefield, Yorkshire and Humber
network, forum or partnership
public or statutory
Accessible to wheelchair users Yes
We're a National Health Service [NHS] organisation, and operate as a GP practice just for asylum seekers in Sheffield.
How to contact
Patients can register with us by calling in, or by phoning the surgery to make an appointment. We operate on an appointment system basis, but we do offer some drop-in sessions.