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Advice Birmingham is a partnership of organisations working together to develop new ways of delivering advice and casework in Birmingham, in response to drastic cuts in the availability of Legal Aid and of other funding for advice and casework services.

The partnership depends upon the voluntary efforts of its members. If you want to join us, please email us through our Contact us page.

Learn more about the partnership.

Web-site development service

Advice Birmingham is working with the Hope Projects to provide an affordable state-of-the-art Web-site development service for local organisations - if you want to know more, contact [email protected].

Migrants' Union

Advice Birmingham has worked with others to build a Migrants Union, with a membership including asylum-seekers and other new migrants seeking to regularise their immigration status, together with others who have succeeded in this; the Union gives practical mutual support to members submitting asylum and human-rights claims.

Read the latest Migrants Union blog here.

For more information contact [email protected].

  • Mobile Advice Workers project

    This proposed project would employ, manage and train advice workers who would work sessionally at the premises of other organisations across the city.

    Read more here.

  • Bedford Escorts.

  • Self-help groups

    We are working to develop Self-Help Groups, empowering their members to take greater control of their own welfare-benefits, housing, immigration and other cases.

    Read more here.

  • Advice Birmingham map...

    Try out our interactive info-map here.

Site by Geoff Wilkins
Advice Birmingham, 110 Hamstead Road, Birmingham B20 2QS
Telephone 07817-293769, fax 0121-766-8860