Ealing Law Centre is an award winning law centre providing specialist legal advice and representation to our local community.

Ealing Law Centre is an award winning law centre providing specialist legal advice and representation to our local community.

We have legal aid contracts in Housing and Immigration and grant funding to provide assistance in some areas of housing, immigration and welfare benefits work. We work in partnership with other community organisations providing training and support and seek to use the law to promote Social Justice.

EU Settlement Scheme – 50 days left to apply

All EU, EEA and Swiss citizens and their family members who were resident in the UK by 31 December 2020, should apply without delay at www.gov.uk/eusettlementscheme so they can continue to work, study, and access free healthcare and benefits in the UK after 30 June 2021. If you need advice and support Ealing Law Centre, Hammersmith and Fulham Law Centre and West London Equality Centre are here to help , information about our services is available at https://ealinglawcentre.org.uk/eu-settlement-scheme/

Please note that the following government guidance;

  • If an EU, EEA or Swiss citizen and their family members have lived in the UK for many years or have a permanent residence document or EEA Biometric Residence Card (BRC), they still need to apply to the EUSS (or apply for British Citizenship) by 30 June 2021 to continue to live and work in the UK.
  • An application must be made for every eligible child within a family. Parents should apply on behalf of their children, even if they have already applied and been granted a status themselves.
  • Eligible close family members living overseas can apply to join an EU, EEA or Swiss family member who started living in the UK by 31 December 2020. They can apply to come to the UK at any point. More information on joining family members can be found on GOV.UK.
  • Those who have successfully applied to the EUSS can access their pre-settled or settled status online, update their personal details, and get a ‘share code’ to provide their status to others at www.gov.uk/view-prove-immigration-status.

For further information and advice you can also visit: www.gov.uk/help-eu-settlement-scheme.

Coronavirus – We are open for telephone advice

We are doing everything possible to reach out to you – please contact us via email; info@ealinglaw.org.uk or telephone 020 8579 4598. We will continue to assist existing clients and offer telephone advice where possible. More info.

When we do reopen we will be in our new offices at Hanwell Community Library, Cherington Rd, Hanwell, London W7 3HL.

HOUSING

We are currently taking on cases in the following areas; housing, homelessness, possession and eviction…read more

EU SETTLEMENT SCHEME

The Home Office has made available £9 million of grant funding to voluntary and community sector…read more

ASYLUM & IMMIGRATION

If you qualify for legal aid, Ealing Law Centre can provide legal advice, assistance and representation…read more

VACANCIES

We currently have no vacancies but volunteer opportunities are available…read more

WELFARE RIGHTS

We provide advice and assistance in relation to entitlement and appeal rights on all types of welfare…read more

DONATE

A lot of the problems which we help people with are not eligible for legal aid. We rely on…read more

Ealing Law Centre are taking part in the London Legal Walk in June this year. We are walking with the Lord Chief Justice and thousands of lawyers to raise funds to help us continue our work.

“The support I received was really useful and it was the only place where I actually got clear answers to my query. All the people that have spoken to me here have been extremely knowledgeable and have asked the right questions for my situation. It has been a very positive and enlightening experience. No other service I went to could give me the answers or even show that they had done research into the issue. Thank you to everyone, you were the only ones who could give me answers, it’s great that a charity is doing this and giving advice.”

Hanwell Community Library, Cherington Road, London, W7 3HL

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