The Immigration Advisory Service (IAS) has gone into administration, BBC News has learnt.
The IAS, which employs 300 people, has closed its 14 branches.
One employee told the BBC that staff had been told to clear their desks and that administrators were already in the central headquarters in London.
The free service is one of the leading charities giving legal advice and representation to immigrants and asylum seekers in England and Scotland. Continue reading “Immigration Advisory Service goes into administration”