The Home Office have recently issued information pertaining to organisations funded to provide support to vulnerable and at-risk EU citizens applying to the EU Settlement Scheme.
Here’s what you need to know.
(Updated as of 11 November 2020)
“Charities, local authorities and voluntary organisations across the UK are being funded to provide help and information to vulnerable EU, EEA and Swiss citizens applying to the EU Settlement Scheme.
Practical support is available for a range of needs including disabled people, children, those with severe mental health conditions, victims of human trafficking or domestic abuse, those without a permanent address, those who are homeless and those who are elderly or isolated.
The 72 grant funded organisations are located across the UK to ensure services are available to those who most need it.”
For a list of organisations funded to provide support to vulnerable and at-risk EU citizens applying to the EU Settlement Scheme, visit here.
For more information on the EU Settlement Scheme, send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org or contact us on 01204 531 535 to book a telephone/Skype consultation. The fee is £30.
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