Our Regularise blog provides insight and discussion about the issues that affect undocumented migrants in the UK. Along with sharing stories and experiences, this is a place to congregate, share, learn and form communities in solidarity.
Regularise’s report on how to expand and diversify regularisation mechanisms and programs to enhance the protection of the human rights of migrants. […]
Our new video goes through the 8 Ways To Regularise Your Immigration Status in the UK if you are undocumented and some of the barriers that prevent undocumented migrants from being able to do so.
Transcript: In this short video we will be looking at the question – How do people become undocumented? Many people might have […]
Transcript: Currently in the UK, there are an estimated 600,000 to 1.2 million undocumented or irregularised migrants, many having lived here for […]
Released 08/08/2022 England’s Commonwealth Games medallist and Olympian Lizzie Bird has supported calls by campaign group Regularise to grant urgent rights to […]
On Sunday 19th June 2022, Regularise, The Joint Council for the Welfare of Immigrants (JCWI), Migrants Organise, Remember and Resist and Fridays […]
Excerpt from Regularise’s report (published on 24/11/2021): Limiting livelihoods and the potential of the UK Despite being prevented from entering into state-sanctioned […]
With the summer recess for parliament having ended (the House of Commons returned on Monday 6th September 2021), a lot of people […]
On Monday 19th July 2021, Regularise, in collaboration with Voice of Immigrants UK, Kanlungan Filipino Consortium, Migrant Voice and Southeast and East […]
Excerpt from Regularise’s briefing (published on 24/05/2021): Background The 20 year rule on long residence is an immigration directive which appears in […]