[noborders-brum] important advice for refugees and their suppoters

Shiar shiar at riseup.net
Thu Dec 14 13:21:28 UTC 2006

Thought people, who are not, should be aware of this stuff.



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Subject: Please read carefully and note following email (This Festive
From:    "John O" <ncadc at ncadc.org.uk>
Date:    Thu, December 14, 2006 3:33 am
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  NCADC News Service

Please read carefully and note following email (This Festive Season?)

If you are liable to detention and deportation - you must

At all times carry the following information on your person

Full name

Date of birth

Home Office Reference number

Home Office Port Reference number

Same details for any family members

Phone number of your:

Solicitor including their emergency number

Your MP including their emergency number

Your doctor (if there are any persistent medical problems with any
member of your family or yourself)

Numbers of any friends/support group/campaign group


You Must have a file containing all your *legal documents and left
next to your front door if in stable accommodation. (If a 'snatch
squad' invades your home you will be able to insist that they let you
take the file.)

A copy of this file should be left with some one who is not liable to
detention and is easy to contact. If detained you can phone this
person and ask them to make copies and post them to yourself and

If homeless you must carry this file at all times.

*Documents issued by the Home Office regarding your case are your
property and you are entitled to have them. If the Home Office send
documents to your solicitor they are still your property; insist that
the solicitor gives you copies of all correspondence from the Home
Office, do not take no for an answer.


If you are reporting 'You must' inform someone you are going to sign
and give them a deadline for a return call saying you have not been
detained. (Best practice: someone should accompany you.)

This person should have all your details and if doesn't hear from you
they should contact reporting centre/police station to find out if
you have been detained.

If detained at the first opportunity ring your solicitor if you have
one, your friend/supporters.


Supporters of persons liable to detention/deportation

If someone you are supporting is detained either at a reporting
centre or police station, it is unlikely that you will be able to
speak to him or her.

However those detained at reporting centres or police stations are
usually transferred to detention centres before removal and you can
ring them there.

Addresses for Immigration Removal Centres


Last resort - pass the removal date

If someone you know is being put on a plane today/tomorrow, NCADC
might be able to provide practical advice as to what can be done to
buy some time.

We will need the following information on the family/individual:

Full name

Date of birth

Home Office Reference number

Home Office Port Reference number

Same details for any family members

Any medical problems

Place of detention

Copy of removal directions/ that is the flight number and the time

Contact details for their solicitor if they have one

Contact details for their MP

You will have to email the details to ncadc at ncadc.org.uk and follow
up with a phone call to 0121 554 6947.

End of Bulletin:

Source for this Message:


Please note: NCADC does not provide 'Immigration Advice' as defined
in section 82, Part V of the Immigration and Asylum Act 1999, such
advice is subject to regulation by the Office of the Immigration
Services Commissioner (OISC).

Therefore the contents of this message should under no circumstances
be seen as 'Immigration advice'.

If you are looking for legal advice relating to:

The contents of this message

A substantive asylum claim,

Application to appeal,

Application for bail,

Removal or deportation from the UK,

Application for judicial review,

Application or variation of entry to the UK,

Making a fresh asylum claim.

Nationality or citizenship application,

Admission to the UK under Community law,

or any issues relating to immigration/migration:

You need to seek the advice of an immigration solicitor or registered
immigration advisor.

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