Stay Settle in UK
From July this year, EU nationals who haven’t completed their EU Settlement Scheme (EUSS) will face losing their rights to live and work in the UK.
There are many vulnerable and isolated EU citizens living in UK and there are approximately 30,000 living in Newham who are ‘at risk’ of not applying in time.
Who should apply:
Except in a few cases, you need to apply if:
- you’re an EU, EEA or Swiss citizen
- you’re not an EU, EEA or Swiss citizen but your family member is.
You need to apply even if you:
- were born in the UK but are not a British citizen
- have a UK ‘permanent residence document’
- are a family member of an EU, EEA or Swiss citizen who does not need to apply – including if they’re from Ireland
- are an EU, EEA or Swiss citizen with a British citizen family member
Please note, if you have children, you still need to apply for them separately. Each child will need their own application.
Stay Settled in Newham
A consortium of Newham organisations and charities are behind a ‘Stay Settled in Newham’ campaign, encouraging those citizens who haven’t applied to do so and also to reach out should they need advice, support or guidance with their application.
The consortium includes:
- The Renewal Programme
- New Europeans
- One Newham
- East End Citizens Advice Bureau
- HEALTOGETHER CIC
- Roma Support Group
- Shpresa Programme
- Skills Enterprise
- Work Rights Centre
- Newham Council
EU citizens can get direct FREE advice from all of the above but are being encouraged to use the referral forms below.
Applications must be made on the Government website before 30th June 2021.
Please click here to complete the form to self-refer, or to refer somebody you are working on behalf of. Please note that if you would like to contact the EUSS Support Team direct, you can use the helpline or e-mail address below.
EUSS Multilingual Helpline: 0808 196 3510
EUSS Support E-mail: email@example.com
For those who are living outside of Newham we have set up a strategic partnership with New Europeans https://neweuropeans.uk/2021/05/26/the-dual-nationality-question/
If you need help please contact 02075111586 or contact us