Support for EU nationals

Free legal advice

Islington In Europe works in collaboration with Islington Council and two local immigration law firms – Wilson Solicitors LLP and Wesley Gryk Solicitors LLP – to provide free legal advice to national from other EU countries concerned about their rights and future in the UK.

Our seventh free legal advice session is on 17 October. Book here.

In the meantime, you can find the handout from the 6 June 2019 event here.

Testimonials:

‘Thank you so much – this is the best information I received having attended several similar sessions organised by other organisations – your choice of lawyers was excellent.’

‘I’d like to say a big thank you to Islington Council, Islington In Europe and the panel of immigration lawyers from Wilson Solicitors and Wesley Gryk Solicitors. The Home Office has now granted me indefinite leave to remain – a big worry off my chest.’

‘I’d like to repeat my thanks to Islington in Europe for providing practical and moral support to those of us who call this place and this country ‘home’, despite efforts from governmental quarters to create a ‘hostile environment’.’

Other sources of advice:

  • The European Commission representation in the UK has set up a advice page for EU nationals living in the UK. They are also replicating the Islington In Europe advice session format in ten pilot areas across the UK.
  • Islington Council has set up an advice page for EU nationals living in the borough.
  • As part of the #LondonIsOpen campaign, the Mayor of London Sadiq Khan has set up the EU Londoners Hub providing advice for nationals from other EU countries living in the capital.

#WeAreIslington

Islington In Europe is pleased to endorse Islington Council’s cohesion campaign aimed at EU nationals living in the borough.

#FullRightsNow petition

On 29 March 2018, Islington In Europe accompanied Islington’s Labour councillors to Downing Street to present a petition calling for the government to guarantee the full rights now for Islington’s 30,000 nationals from other EU countries. More detail here.