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together now

Reuniting refugee families
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Together Now supports refugees living in the UK to reunite with family members they have been forced to leave behind whilst fleeing persecution. Many people in this situation do not have the means to fund...
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Costs of family reunion This guidance provides an overview of the likely costs of refugee family reunion. This is to help sponsors and their advisers plan for the costs in advance and not face unnecessary...
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Every donation really counts. We do not receive any government or grant funding and because of this we are reliant on your donations. We are run solely by volunteers, so we are able to maintain...
Salma and Khalid
Salma and Khalid
"My husband and I are from Sudan. My husband is my cousin, in our tribe, marrying a cousin is seen as cultural norm. Thankfully, after...
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Hadi and Soha’s story
“I worked in real-estate company in Iran and Soha* works in beauty industry. I had to leave my country because government pressure me to leave...
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Farhad’s story
Farhad’s story
Farhad* was the managing director of his own medical supply company in his own country. Due to his political activities and the consequent risk of...
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Mustafa’s story
Mustafa’s story
"I worked as a computer engineer, I met my wife on my friend's birthday eight years ago. she was working as a construction engineer, we...
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Amal’s story
Amal’s story
Amal* was referred to us on a Friday, her husband had been recently released from detention in their home country and was about to be...
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Farid’s story
Farid’s story
Farid* arrived to the UK as an unaccompanied minor from Yemen. He was granted refugee status and with the support of a solicitor he applied...
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Miriam and Khaled’s story
Miriam and Khaled’s story
Khaled* had worked for international and local NGOs in Palestine before he was forced to flee and seek sanctuary in the UK. He is fluent...
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Together Now Annual Report 2019-20
“Our future plan in the UK is to fund a family, get back to our respective professions, spend lovely time together and do everything we...
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“They had an enjoyable and nice trip. They are excited and love the UK. I am excited and happy to live with them.”