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National Archives

(Incorporates the Public Record Office, the Family Records Centre, the Historical Manuscripts Commission and the Office for Public Sector Information)
Ruskin AvenueKew, Richmond, SurreyTW9 4DU
The national archive of England, Wales and the United Kingdom brings together and preserves the records of central government and the courts of law from the 11th century to the present day, and makes them available to all who wish to consult them. Visitors must…
020 8876 3444 (Enquiries) Textphone/Minicom: 020 8392 9198

Central London Law Centre

14 Irving StreetLondonWC2H 7AU
Free, independent legal advice for people living or working in catchment area, see below. We also provide advice to those with no Law Centre in their area and telephone advice throughout London. Specialises in immigration and nationality, landlord and tenant law, homelessness and debt. Visits…
020 7839 2998 Fax: 020 7839 6158

Camden Community Law Centre

Prince of Wales RoadLondonNW5 3LQ
Specialist legal advice and representation in priority areas of housing, immigration and nationality, employment, welfare rights and debt. (Update from website Sep 2014)
020 7284 6510 Fax: 020 7267 6218 Textphone/Minicom: 020 7284 6535

Latin American House Legal and Social Advice (LESAS) Sessions

Latin American House10 Kingsgate PlaceLondonNW6 4TA
Advice on immigration, debt, health and community care, housing, benefits and employment. Ring for appointment. Casework and home visits. Can accompany and interpret on visits to to hospital, job centres etc.
020 7372 8653 (general enquiries); 020 7372 5244 (immigration, employment, debt); 020 7372 5650 (housing, health, community care, welfare and employment rights). Fax: 020 7372 5650

No2id Camden and Islington

(Also known as No To Id Camden and Islington)
N1 8LU
Single-issue campaigning group focussed on the threat to liberty and privacy posed by the rapid growth of the database state, of which ID cards are the most visible part. Meetings are public, free and open to all.

Central London Law Centre Hopscotch Asian Womens Centre Advice Sessions

19 Whitcomb StreetLondonWC2H 7HA
Housing advice Fri 10.30am-1pm; immigration advice alternate Fri 1.30pm-3.30pm.
020 7388 8198 Fax: 020 7388 5457

UKCISA. UK Council for International Student Affairs

(Formerly known as UKCOSA - the Council for International Student Education)
9-17, St Albans PlaceLondonN1 0NX
Telephone information service for international students providing support and advice on immigration and nationality, employment law and the regulations on course fees. The website lists the answers to the most common questions asked. Member institutions also have an advisory service.
020 7107 9922 (Non-members) Fax: 020 7288 4360

Children And Families Across Borders

(Also known as CFAB, previously International Social Service UK)
Inter-country casework services for social workers and others - information, reports, mobilising social work help abroad. Tracing relatives abroad. Repatriation of settled immigrants wishing to return (Section 58, Immigration, Nationality and Asylum Act 2002). The details shown here were taken from the organisation's website.
020 7735 8941 (Mon-Fri 9.30am-4.30pm)

Refugee Council

Provides free advice and information to asylum seekers and refugees in the UK. (The details shown here were taken from the organisation's website.)
020 7346 6700

Irish Chaplaincy in Britain

50-52, Camden SquareLondonNW1 9XB
Support and services for excluded, vulnerable and isolated Irish emigrants in Britain. Work with welfare advice agencies, local authorities, churches and other organisations. Projects include the Irish Council for Prisoners Overseas, Traveller Equality Project, and Irish Chaplaincy Seniors. Volunteer outreach opportunities as befrienders, prison visitors,…
020 7482 5528 Fax: 020 7482 4815

Identity and Passport Service London Office

(Formerly known as UK Passport Service.)
Passport applications can be made on the website, or using an application form available from main Post Offices. Postal applications should be sent to the address on the envelope provided with the form. Applications can be made in person at the London office on the…
0300 222 0000

Post Office Customer Helpline

(Formerly known as Post Office Helpline)
Can advise people on their nearest Post Office and its current opening times. Also shows which offices provide the range of services delivered such as processing driving licences, certifying identity documents, bureau de change, travel insurance, Post Office banking services, passport checking service, fishing licences.…
0345 611 2970 (Post Office Helpline) Textphone/Minicom: 0345 722 3355

Elections Office Proof of Residence Letters (Camden Council)

(Formerly known as Elections Office Proof of Residence Statements)
Room 11Camden Town HallJudd StreetLondonWC1H 9JE
A letter can be ordered by persons on the electoral register wishing to confirm their details for any purpose and to confirm their eligibility for credit or certain Council services such as parking permits. A Certificate is also provided for the purpose of living or…
020 7974 6000 Fax: 020 7974 6375

Asylum Support

(Formerly National Asylum Support Service NASS)
Asylum Support provides accommodation and financial help for asylum seekers whilst their claim is being considered by the UK Border Agency. Deals with enquiries relating to support and discontinuation of support or sudden interruptions in the regularity or the level of asylum support. (The details…
0845 602 1739 (UKBA helpline)

Camden Register Office Call Centre (Camden Council)

(Part of the Camden Council Contact Camden Call Centre)
Telephone service booking appointments for the registration of births, deaths, civil partnerships, marriages, nationality checking service, settlement checking service,citizenship ceremonies and deed poll, requests for duplicate certificates.
020 7974 1900

Camden Registration Services (Camden Council)

(Formerly known as Camden Register Office. Also known as the Registrars Office or Births, Deaths, Marriages and Civil Partnerships.)
Responsible for the registration of births, deaths, marriages and civil partnerships that occur in the London Borough of Camden. Also provide other services such as citizenship ceremonies and deed poll name changing. Keeps details of public buildings that have been authorised to host civil wedding and…
020 7974 4444 (option 6 then when prompted say 'registrars'). Out of hours service provided for same-day burial enquiries.

Nationality Checking Service and Citizenship (Camden Council)

(Formerly known as Ceremonies and Citizenship Scheme)
Camden Town HallJudd StreetLondonWC1H 9JE
Nationality Checking Service and Citizenship Ceremonies. Private Citizenship Ceremonies by arrangement.
To book an appointment phone 020 7974 4444 (Option 6 then when prompted say 'registrars')

Asylum Help

(Part of the Migrant Help organisation)
Provides free independent advice and guidance to asylum seekers across the UK. (The details shown here were taken from the organisation's website).
Free asylum helpline: 0808 8010 503
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