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Help us give thousands of students their future back


 Migrant Voice - Help us give thousands of students their future back

In 2019, we are continuing our campaign to get justice for tens of thousands of international students who had their lives torn apart when they were wrongly accused of cheating on an English language test in 2014. 

We and the students are now fundraising for the campaign and we need your support. You can donate here.

All those accused of cheating had their visas refused or revoked by the UK Home Office and they have spent the last five years living in limbo; five years without the right to study, work, rent a house or drive a car; five years without seeing their families back home; five years of hopeless court battles in a desperate bid to clear their names.

Many of the students have been working together to fight for justice since 2014. In 2017, they came to us for help and we joined them in their battle. In July, we published a damning report into this Home Office debacle. In September, it was debated in Parliament. But the government has still not taken action.

We want 2019 to be the year these students get their futures back and we are currently planning a new phase of the #MyFutureBack campaign.

To make this happen, we and the students need your support. You can donate directly to the campaign here. The money will be spent on campaign materials, students' travel expenses and will be used to support students suffering particular hardship. 

We and the students are extremely grateful for anything you can spare - every £1 will get us a step closer to justice for thousands of innocent people.

Get in touch

Migrant Voice
VAI, 200a Pentonville Road,
N1 9JP

Phone: +44 (0) 207 832 5824
Email: [email protected]

Registered Charity
Number: 1142963 (England and Wales); SC050970 (Scotland)

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