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Advice and Guidance

We offer free impartial advice and guidance on:

  • Immigration (OISC Level 1 & 2 regulated)
  • National Asylum Support Service issues
  • Citizenship preperation and support through naturalisation process
  • Access to Healthcare
  • Access to Education
  • Sustainable Employment Support
  • Wolverhampton Homes Pre-tenancy & Sustainment Support
  • Homelessness Prevention
  • HMRC, benefits and appeals support
  • Family Support
  • Digital Inclusion (IT support to make applications)

Employment

At the Refugee and Migrant Centre, we can offer eligible participants a tailored support package helping people move towards achieving their personal goals in life, be that through employment, gaining the skills and confidence to engage in the wider community by improving their spoken English, or gaining the ability to access online services for their selves.

To find out more about the Community Matters project – click here

To find out more about the Bridges Project – click here

Destitution

Destitution is an extreme state of poverty, in which a person is almost, if not completely lacking in resources or means of support.

How do asylum seekers become destitute?

Due to the continuous toughening of immigration policies over the last few years, the largest majority of the people claiming asylum in UK are refused refugee status. In practice this means that they are left without the right to work or claim benefits or any other support.

Citizenship Preparation

RMC offers FREE workshops, each lasting up to 2 hours and followed by online practice where it is wanted. We take the preparation one bite-sized piece at a time! All sessions are accompanied by notes.

MP Surgery

How to book an appointment

We work closely with several MPs to help our clients.

You can find out who your MP is and their contact details by clicking here

Health Services

We offer a Client Needs Assessment (CNAT) to all new clients. In particular this assesses their health needs and an action plan is negotiated to address those needs.

We support all clients in registering with GPs, dentist and opticians. Clients can access the various onsite screening clinics at RMC including: weekly HV, monthly latent TB and hepatitis. We host a weekly drop-in Health Visitor’s clinic and a mid-wife is always on call.

Open 9am – 5pm Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday

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