together now

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 funding and we are reliant on your donations. All our casework is undertaken by volunteers so we are able to maintain very low running costs....
Michael’s story
Michael’s story
"In Eritrea we used to work in agriculture we have big farming and in yearly basis we plant and maize and other harvest and also,...
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Hassan and Maryam
Hassan and Maryam
Hassan and Maryam are a Sudanese couple in their late twenties. After eight years of separation, they were finally reunited in Scotland in September 2021....
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Semira’s story
Semira’s story
“In Eritrea I worked with farmers to get money to feed my mum, my two little brothers and my daughter. My husband Hamid was a...
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Soha’s story
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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Zema’s story
Zema’s story
Zema studied public health and was a project facilitator at the YMCA Ethiopia, Yosef studied IT was an IT co-ordinator and graphic designer at YMCA...
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Alain’s story
Alain’s story
"I left Congo Brazzaville on 19 October 2015 and arrival in the United Kingdom the following day Claim Asylum. I left wife with seven children...
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Simon’s story
Simon’s story
“I heard about Together Now from my friends. The living situation for my family before they came to the UK was a bit hard, as...
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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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“They had an enjoyable and nice trip. They are excited and love the UK. I am excited and happy to live with them.”