Abolish Immigration Reporting

Anyone who is waiting for a final decision on their application to live in the UK can be required to regularly travel to “sign on” at an Immigration Reporting Centre. Every appointment carries the risk of being randomly taken to a detention centre.

These conditions amount to unfair, unjust and unnecessary harassment of migrants, and it has to stop!


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Limited Edition T-Shirt Designs by TWMF Campaigners – On Sale Now! - Hot off the presses... These Walls Must Fall campaigners VVIDY (Voice for Voiceless Immigration Detainees Yorkshire) today launch four brand new, limited edition t-shirts, for sale now on the Right to Remain shop. ...Read More
Urgent call to release people held in prisons under immigration powers - Bail for Immigration Detainees has launched an urgent campaign for the release of people being held in immigration detention in prisons. ...Read More
Letter to Home Secretary Priti Patel – No More Reporting! - We are Voice for Voiceless Immigration Detainees Yorkshire, last week we wrote to the Home Secretary about in-person signing and reporting, and ask that it is stopped for good. ...Read More
Solidarity Knows No Borders: weekend of action - This weekend, under the shared banner of 'Solidarity Knows No Borders', groups across the country are taking action against the racism and brutality of Hostile Environment immigration policies ...Read More
Open Letter and Statement on Immigration Detention and Covid-19 - TWMF Yorkshire campaigners write on their extreme concern about the safety of those who remain in immigration detention under Covid-19 and why the government take action now. ...Read More
Priti Patel Urgent action: We must empty the detention centres – write to your MP for help - TAKE ACTION: email your MP, ask for help bring pressure on the Home Secretary to empty the detention centres. This is urgent. The Home Office must take action now to stop the spread of Covid-19