If you or someone you know receives a letter from the Home Office informing them that they will be removed to Rwanda, or the letter says that the Home Office intends to consider their case for removal to a third country (NOTICE OF INTENT), it is crucial to take action immediately.  

We understand that receiving such a letter can be scary and overwhelming. But please know that you are not alone, and we are here to help.  

Here’s what you need to do:  

Get in touch with us: If you receive a letter from the Home Office about removal to Rwanda and you are LGBTQI+, please reach out to us as soon as possible. Please do so by filling in this form. 

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We can help you: Many people who receive these letters may not have access to legal representation. Our team is here to assist you and provide guidance. Our legal service team will gather more information about your case and refer it to a lawyer who can help.  

Remember, you are not alone in this journey. We are by your side and can help you navigate these challenging times.

Other helpful resources

Right to Remain– this blog is being constantly updated so one to watch for news

How to prepare for detention

– What to do in a raid

– Gatwick Detainees Welfare Group (01293 657070)  – call if you are taken to Brook House or Tinsley House  

– Detention Action (0800 587 2096) – call if you are taken to Heathrow IRCs  

– SOAS Detainee Support (07468 407570) – call if you are in Harmondsworth, Colnbrook or Yarl’s Wood (07438 407 570) 

– Or for any detention centre – Bail for Immigration Detainees (0207 456 9750)

– Law firms that might be able to help with Rwanda cases: