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Coronavirus (COVID-19): Get Support if you’re a Migrant Living in the UK

The Home office has issued guidance which explains the support people can get if they do not have permission to live permanently in the UK. It can be accessed via this link: https://www.gov.uk/guidance/coronavirus-covid-19-get-support-if-youre-a-migrant-living-in-the-uk

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House of Commons Northern Ireland Affairs Committee Inquiry

House of Commons  Northern Ireland Affairs Committee has launched an inquiry into ‘The experience of minority ethnic and migrant people in Northern Ireland’. They want to hear from minority ethnic and migrant people in Northern Ireland and organisations working with these groups. The Northern Ireland Affairs Committee would welcome the submission of written evidence on: the experiences of minority ethnic …

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North West Migrants Forum

      NWMF ask for your support to oppose  the inhuman treatment of asylum seekers in Ireland. We believe that in order to be a true ally we must all make the choice to speak out against injustice when we see it and hear of it. With this in mind, we’d love to encourage you all to use your …

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Frontier Worker Scheme Guidance

The UK Government has updated its guidance on the Frontier Worker Scheme and provided clarification to rules around eligibility. On 10 December 2020, the UK’s Frontier Worker Permit Scheme was opened to enable European nationals who were working in the UK on or before 31 December 2020 to continue to do their work after the UK left the EU. A …

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EUSS Update from British Home Office

Less than 6 months to apply to the EU Settlement Scheme Over 4.88 million applications have been made to the EU Settlement Scheme (EUSS) according to the latest monthly statistics. The figures show that, up to the end of December 2020: 4.88 million applications were received 4.49 million applications were concluded Across the UK, 4.41 million applications were received from England, 243,600 applications …

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Support the Joint Council for the Welfare of Immigrants Campaign ‘In the Gaps’

This pandemic has shaken up our entire world order. Front pages, applause and rainbows have been dedicated to the workers who are keeping the country moving. And from the ‘you clap for me now’ video, to the calls for visa extensions from NHS workers, to the stories of factory workers being denied basic rights and protections, there is a spotlight …

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The UK’s new point-based immigration system is live

From today, all foreign nationals, including from the European Union who want to come to work in the UK from 1 January 2021 must apply online for a visa. Those seeking a skilled worker visa will need a job offer, to be proficient in English and earn at least £25,600. Free movement from and to the EU will come to …

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New Europeans UK – Video Explainers

New Europeans UK have produced a selection of videos available in a number of languages explaining how to apply to EUSS with a criminal record and a step-by-step video guide on accessing and proving your status. https://neweuropeans.uk/individuals-resources/

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