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How to secure legal aid for statelessness applications

How to secure legal aid for statelessness applications

Recently, after being introduced to someone, I mentioned that I work on statelessness policy. When faced with the confused look I am growing to recognise when I tell people about my work, I began to explain: some people don’t have ...

Cynthia Orchard

Cynthia Orchard is the Statelessness Policy and Casework Coordinator at Consonant (formerly Asylum Aid) and a member of the Advisory Committee of the European Network on Statelessness. Consonant takes referrals for statelessness cases, subject to capacity. Contact: statelessness@consonant.org.uk.

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