ADVICE SURGERY

Immigration Advice

Due to #Covid19, our advice surgeries are suspended for the time being. For further details see our blog.

Southall Black Sisters are working with Hammersmith and Fulham Law Centre, to provide an outreach immigration advice surgery. The service is specifically for women who have experienced gender-based violence and reside in London.

Our partnership with Hammersmith & Fulham Law Centre is a long-standing one that has led to successful outcomes over the years for our clients.

Hammersmith & Fulham Law Centre was established in 1979 and has over 30 years of experience in providing high-quality legal advice.

It is recognised as a centre of legal excellence. For more information about Hammersmith and Fulham Law Centre please visit: www.hflawcentre.org.uk

The Advice Surgeries are open to all women or those seeking advice for women. If you are from an agency and referring a client, please indicate whether you will be attending the appointment with your client.

You do not need to be a client at SBS to access this advice surgery.

The Immigration Advice Surgeries are currently not available.  Once they resume, they will be held at our main office: 21 Avenue Road, Southall, Middlesex UB1 3BL.

Directions to Southall Black Sisters' Main Office
Buses that stop near our main office:
207 // 427 // 607 // 195 // 105 // 120 // 482 // E5 // H32 // 95

If you get off on Uxbridge Road near Lidl or Southall Police Station, walk towards the Broadway; Avenue Road is on the left just before the Fire Station. Turn into Avenue Road and we are half way down the street at No. 21.

Immigration Advice Surgeries Dates
The Immigration Advice Surgeries are currently not available.
Self-Referral / Agency Referral Form

The Immigration Advice Surgeries are currently not available.

Advice Surgery - Immigration Advice

    If you are from an agency and referring a client, please indicate whether you will be able to attend the appointment with your client. We do not have the capacity to support non-SBS clients.
  • EQUAL OPPORTUNITIES MONITORING (optional)

    You are not obliged to provide any of the information in this section, but if you do so, it will enable us to monitor our processes and service provision.

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