If you or someone you know is affected by this settlement threshold, tell us your story, we need to hear from you.
Put your business or trade union in contact with us. They can help the campaign. They tend to respond to those directly affected, rather than cold-call campaigners.
We need donations! We are a grassroots team of volunteers, who have thus far paid everything out of pocket. In order to continue we need your support.
Do you know of any grants or funds that we may qualify to receive? Please let us know.
If you believe there is any way you can help other than the above, if you would like to write a blog for us, or if you have any questions at all, please get in touch.
Simple ways you can help:
They prefer to be contacted by email. You can find the email address of your MP here. Let them know what you think of this policy, and what you think they should do.
You can read our example letter for ideas and guidance.
London's economy requires a different immigration policy to the rest of the UK.
Saqid Khan has been an outspoken support of migrants in London. While his office has no official powers to determine national immigration policy, his political career and community links make him a valuable spokesperson.
You can also read our example letter for ideas and guidance.
At any one time there a number of petitions to support our cause, but we only promote one at a time to prevent confusion.
Tier 2 skilled workers must meet a £35k p/a salary threshold to remain in the UK. This makes it impossible for them to work in 3rd sector roles. The Shortage Occupation List has been used to prevent nurses being removed from the UK. It must now be used to save charity workers, and charities.
Current signature count: 207
Deadline: 29th January