You or your loved ones want to leave Sudan
The UK Government is no longer evacuating British nationals in Sudan. Please see this link for information from the Government on the current travel advisories regarding Sudan. This advises British nationals to contact the 24/7 helpline on +44 1908 516 666, selecting option 2 for consular services for British nationals.
It also has guidance on what to do if you are concerned for friends and family: If you’re in the UK and worried about a British person in Sudan, telephone 020 7008 5000. You can also submit a written enquiry, or contact us on Twitter or Facebook.
You are unable to contact family in Sudan
The British Red Cross provides an Internal Family Tracing service. If your relatives are not answering normal communications such as telephone, email or mobile, Red Cross may be able to help. Please contact your nearest British Red Cross office and tell them they would like to contact a family member.
You are from Sudan, living in the UK and have made an asylum claim
If you have been refused but your appeal has not been heard, you may wish to speak to your legal rep to ensure the latest information is heard by the judge.
If you are appeal rights exhausted and/or have been issued with removal directions, it is important that you seek legal advice. If you need advice or to get a new legal representative, these organisations can provide you with help to understand your options and access a legal representative.
Ask if you qualify for free legal advice (legal aid) before paying for it.
If you are destitute you can contact our Infoline on 0808 196 7272 to access support services in your area.
You live in the UK and want to offer support
You can help refugees rebuild shattered lives in safety here in the UK by donating online.
We work with hundreds of volunteers to support refugees and people seeking asylum. If you are interested in volunteering with us, you can view our opportunities here.