Migrant Advocacy Service is a private consultancy firm, and our mission is to provide expert information, guidance, and support to individuals facing immigration, social entitlements, workers' rights and other challenges.
Providing expert support and guidance while promoting equality, justice, and empowerment, we aim to be a steadfast advocate for individuals who come from migrant backgrounds. Our Services are driven by compassion, cultural understanding, and a deep commitment to social justice.
Our vision is to be the trusted resource that people turn to for accurate and comprehensive assistance, enabling them to navigate complex systems with confidence.
Through our dedicated efforts, partnerships, and collaborations, we strive to shape a society that embraces diversity, cultural sensitivity, and equality.
Our Core Values:
Our core values serve as the guiding principles that drive our work and shape our organisation's culture. We are deeply committed to upholding these values in everything we do:
Empowerment: Through our services, we aim to empower people to make informed decisions and assert their rights with confidence.
Equality and Justice: We advocate for fair and just treatment. We believe that every person deserves equal access to resources, opportunities, and protection under the Law, irrespective of their background and nationality.
Compassion and Cultural Sensitivity: We prioritise cultural sensitivity, respecting and valuing the diverse cultures, traditions, and experiences of our clients.
Collaboration and Partnerships: We actively seek opportunities to collaborate with like-minded individuals, organisations, community groups, legal professionals, and government agencies.
Social Responsibility: We are driven by a strong sense of social responsibility and committed to giving back to the community. We offer limited pro bono support specifically to migrant women who are victims of domestic violence, recognising the urgent need for specialised assistance in such cases. It is our duty to ensure that vulnerable individuals receive the support, advocacy, and protection they require during their difficult journeys.
Please note that we are not a solicitor firm or law centre, nor do we have any influence over immigration, social welfare, social housing, employment law and other legal practices or decisions. However, in Ireland, you do not require a qualified solicitor to submit an application relating to your immigration status, social welfare and housing entitlements and to vindicate your rights via alternative dispute resolutions like Workplace Relations Commission, Ombudsman, Social Welfare Appeals Office or Rental Tenancy Board.