I am seeking asylum

Post Decision - Refusal

If you are newly arrived or been in the UK some time, Asylum Help is here to provide you with free information and support to assist you through the asylum process.

You can access multilingual information on the asylum process and support entitlements below. If you cannot find the answer to your question here or need further advice contact our Asylum Advice (UK) or Asylum Support Application (UK) services for assistance.

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4b.1 What should I do if I my application is refused? Read
4b.2 Can I get legal advice? Read
4b.3 What if I am refused legal aid? Read
4b.4 How does the appeals process work? Read
4b.5 What if I need more time to prepare my appeal? Read
4b.6 What happens during my appeal hearing? Read
4b.6 What will happen after the decision is made? Read
4b.7 Can I make a further appeal? Read
4b.8 What happens after my appeal? Read
4b.9 I wish to leave the UK and return to my country. Read
4b.10 What is the Assisted Voluntary Returns (AVR) programme? Read
4b.11 How does AVR work? Read
4b.12 What if there are children in my household? Read
4b.13 What happens if I don’t want to return? Read
4b.15 What if I think it is still not safe to return? Read
4b.16 If my application has been refused do I still get support? Read
4b.17 Can I get support when I am preparing to return? Read
4b.18 How do I prove that I am destitute? Read
4b.20 What happens if my application for Section 4 support is refused? Read
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