Advicenow guide on court and tribunal hearings during the Coronavirus crisis.

Citizens Advice Islington has trained volunteers and specialist caseworkers who provide free, confidential and independent advice to Islington residents, on a wide range of issues including welfare benefits, debt and consumer. Help on Your Doorstep may be able to arrange a telephone appointment for you with an Citizens Advice adviser. Contact us for more information.

Greater London Authority has created an online hub for migrants about coronavirus. This includes information about access to healthcare, visas and immigration and employment rights.

Islington Law Centre offers advice and support offered on various issues including debt, welfare benefits and immigration. For some issues. Help on Your Doorstep may be able to arrange a telephone telephone appointment for you with an Islington Law Centre adviser. Contact us for more information.

Islington People's Rights provide independent debt and welfare benefits advice to Islington residents. They are still providing advice by telephone If you have welfare benefits or debt issues you can call their telephone advice line on 020 7561 3685 on Monday, Tuesday and Friday between 2-4pm. Alternatively, Help on Your Doorstep may be able to arrange a telephone telephone appointment for you with an IPR adviser. Contact us for more information.

Legal Advice Directory put together by Islington Council has information about a range of legal advice services available to Islington residents.

Mary Ward Legal Centre provides free, independent advice to people who live and work in London on a wide range of legal issues including debt, welfare benefits, housing and employment. The Centre is closed to visitors but they are still able to provide advice by phone.

NRPF (No Recourse to Public Funds) Network has provided a Coronavirus Information webpage which sets out what services a person with no recourse to public funds may be able to access and how they can get help if they are struggling or at risk of homelessness.

The Public Law Project has a number of free guides on public law including Making an effective complaint to a public body and Making a social security appeal. Public law can enable you to challenge a decision made by a public body, which includes the Government, local Councils and NHS. 

Rights of Women provide legal information and advice to women on family, criminal, immigration and sexual harassment.

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