North Kensington Law Centre
Daily legal advice drop-in (Monday to Friday 10am–5pm)
We are running daily clinics to help local residents affected by the disaster to get the legal support and access to justice they need. If you have been directly affected by the Grenfell Tower disaster, please feel free to come to our offices. If you are unable to come and see us in person, please call us so we can discuss your issues over the phone.
If you are a lawyer or a non-lawyer and looking to volunteer with us, please contact us.
INFORMATION FOR LOCAL RESIDENTS AFFECTED BY THE GRENFELL TOWER TRAGEDY
Visas for undocumented individuals directly affected by Grenfell Tower
The Government has launched a new scheme to allow individuals directly affected by the Grenfell Tower to remain in the UK for up to 12 months. This applies to those people who are undocumented, who do not have an outstanding asylum claim, or whose stay in the UK is about to end.
Clients who are in this situation, or who know somebody who is in this situation, should come and speak to us first to get free, confidential and impartial legal advice.
This policy will remain in place until 31 August 2017, so individuals in this situation should speak to us as soon as possible.
The Government has said it will not use the Grenfell fire tragedy as an opportunity to carry out immigration checks. We urge individuals in this situation to come and see us to receive free, impartial and confidential legal advice so we can discuss their options with them.