Coronavirus (COVID-19) Update

We are in contact with all our existing clients and we will continue to advise and represent to the best of our ability. All our services are running. Home Office interviews for adults and children who have already claimed asylum have now resumed remotely, using video link, for people living…

Families unable to access visa services

GMIAU featured in the Independent this week, as part of their reporting on the injustices faced by families trying to get appointments at visa centres. This leaves people who are legally allowed to be here – refugees and others with leave to remain – without documentation to prove it, meaning…

AGM raffle raises £95!

On Saturday 16th November 2019 GMIAU held our Annual General Meeting. Thank you to all who attended and took part in the raffle which raised £95. GMIAU relies on donations and fundraising to keep services running. On a yearly basis we give advice and support to around 5000 people facing…

Not so straightforward

Today GMIAU has released a new report “Not so straightforward” about the experiences of children in care and care leavers in Greater Manchester affected by Brexit immigration changes. In spring 2019, bus stops around Greater Manchester started to carry posters – with pictures of cups of tea on – advising…