Electronic Immigration Network (EIN) is the UK's largest specialist provider of information on immigration and asylum case law and country information via the internet. We're a registered charity and we've been online since 1996.
Our charitable objectives are to advance the education of the public by the improvement and diffusion of knowledge of, and information about, all aspects of immigration, nationality and asylum law.
EIN provides an online resource for immigration practitioners and for others with an interest in immigration, including immigrants and asylum seekers, students, journalists, judges, academics and researchers.
EIN is unable to provide immigration advice. Please see our brief guide here if you require advice.
The EIN website comprises two main areas: the free Public Site and the subscription Members’ Site.
The Public Site gives access to general news and updates on immigration, as well as events and immigration law jobs. The Best Practice Guide to Asylum and Human Rights Appeals and the ILPA & EIN Experts Directory are also both freely available on the public site.
The Members' Site gives access to our unique databases that contain case law, country of origin reports, legislation and general immigration resources. Our renowned case law database provides easy access to immigration and asylum-related decisions from the Tribunal up to the European Court of Human Rights. Also available to EIN members is the ability to compile and create court bundles.
It's the subscription fees paid by our members that fund EIN.
EIN is a registered charity (Registered Charity No: 1059147).
Electronic Immigration Network
Office 116, Regus, St James Tower
7 Charlotte Street
Tel: 0161 521 9831