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Asistencia gratuita para mujeres latinoamericanas con ciudadanía europea y/o familiares de europexs, para obtener la residencia (Settlement or Pre-settled Status)

Lunes a Jueves – 9 am a 3 pm (sin cita)

Si eres europea y has trabajado o trabajas en el UK, debes traer:

– Pasaporte o DNI (tuyo y de tus dependientes)
– National Insurance Number
– Certificado de nacimiento de los niños o libreta de familia.
– Correo electrónico y teléfono móvil
– Si has vivido más de 5 años en UK, traer pruebas de residencia (P45, P60, payslips, Council Tax)
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Assistência gratuita às mulheres latino-americanas com cidadania europeia e / ou familiares da eropeus, para obter residência  (Settlement or Pre-settled  Status)

Segunda a Quinta, das 9h às 15h (sem agendamento)

Se você é européia e trabalha ou trabalhou no Reino Unido, você deve trazer:
– Passaporte ou ID (seus e  de seus dependentes)
– Número de Seguro Nacional
– Email e celular
– Se vive a mais de 5 anos no Reino Unido, trazer evidências (P45, P60, recibos de salário, imposto municipal)
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Free assistance for Latin American women and their families who are EU nationals or family member of an EU citizen, to obtain permanent residence (Settlement or Pre-settled Status)

Monday to Thursday from 9 am to 3 pm (without appointment)

If you are European and work or have worked in the UK, you should bring:
– Passport or DNI (yours and your dependents)
– National Insurance Number
– If you are applying for your child, you will need a birth certificate or family book
– Email and mobile phone
– If you have lived more than 5 years in the United Kingdom, bring proof of your residence (P45, P60, salary receipts, council tax)

Migrant and refugee women face multiple barriers when arriving in the EU and the current political anti-migrant climate has made their situations direr. Experiences of gender-based abuse, exploitation at work and isolation have been exacerbated by the progressive erosion of migrant and women’s rights.

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Ph: Tolga Akmen

The Latin American Women’s Rights Service (LAWRS) is launching its latest report: “The Unheard Workforce: Experiences of Latin American migrant women in cleaning, hospitality and domestic work”  

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35 year ago, we started our work in a time where domestic violence was only physical abuse and we increased our services accordingly to the development of policies and legislation through the years. We are proud to follow the steps of amazing Latin American women who came before us and we hope to do our part for the ones to come. (more…)

Last year, our volunteers contributed with more than 900 hours of counselling, 2370 hours of case and administrative work, 715 hours of interpreting, and 1800 hours organising groups and integration activities.

THANK YOU for making such a difference! (more…)

The Step Up Migrant Women campaign produced a template response for organisations to include safe reporting in their responses to the Domestic Violence and Abuse Bill consultation.
You can download the template response here.
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Step Up Migrant Women campaign launched on the 1st of November to demand a separation of immigration control and victims’ right to safety and protection.
Together, we reached almost half a million people in social media with messages in support of victims and survivors . (more…)

Migrant women facing violence have the right to seek help and support, regardless of their immigration status, but often are more afraid of facing deportation. All women have the right to live free from violence.

Step Up Migrant Women UK seeks to establish a firewall protecting victims’ rights. (more…)

In Brazil and the UK violence against women and girls is on the rise; recent research suggests that the majority of Brazilian migrant women have experienced gender-based violence.

Efêmera introduces us to two women with a story to tell.  (more…)

The Labour Exploitation Advisory Group’s position paper on Brexit reveals that uncertainty, confusion and threats to EU migrants as a result of Brexit is making it more likely that EU workers will face labour exploitation in the UK.

Commenting on the report (more…)

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