Information on legal issues affecting young refugees and migrants
This fact sheet provides an explanation of the arrangements for securing the rights of EU citizens residing in UK under the EU settlement scheme
These notes are designed to provide you with some general advice about representing yourself in an immigration appeal. CCLC would always recommend that you get advice and representation from a regulated legal representative where possible.
When you send an application to the Home Office, it is good to write a covering letter to send with it. This is a template you can use.
If you have limited leave to remain in the UK, you will need to apply to the Home Office to extend your leave before the limited leave finishes. If you make a valid, in-time application to extend your leave, then your permission to stay will keep going until you receive a decision (and any appeal decision). This is known as section 3C leave.
This page is a guide to possible immigration applications an undocumented child, family or young person might make to gain status in the UK.