PRCBC is able to assist a limited number of children and young adults (who are destitute or from low income families) with complex citizenship cases. This work is done on a pro bono basis (for free) and is partly supported by a Therium Access grant and qualified solicitors volunteering with us.
If you wish to make a donation, you can do this at this link:
Our pro bono Advice Line for young people on low income or destitute
Our Advice line is by appointment only.
If you wish to book an advice line slot, please fully complete our advice line referral form below. If you have difficulties with completing our form, please e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org and one of our qualified volunteers will assist you with this.
Our pro bono casework for young people on low income or destitute
*** We are currently not taking any new referrals in relation to our pro bono casework***
These are normally on the first Saturday of the month and the session is run by qualified volunteers. We will seek to accommodate young people’s specific needs, and having regard to the current pandemic, by a combination of post, phone, Skype, Zoom, WhatsApp etc.
Please read our leaflets:
“Children and their Rights to British Citizenship”
Printable copy of our General Leaflet HERE
Printable copy of our “Children of EEA/Swiss Nationals” Leaflet (funded by Hogan & Lovells) HERE and comic Belonging British Citizenship Rights of Children on EAA and Swiss Nationals