Are you an EU national living in Haringey? 

If so, you will need to register on the EU Settled Status Scheme before the end of December 2020 in order to retain your right to work, to rent accommodation, to use the NHS and to claim public funds.  

You may also find that if you are currently 'no recourse to public funds,' but have been living in the UK for five years, that registration will help you get access to the services and public funds that you and your family need.

The Bridge Renewal Trust, in partnership with local community groups and voluntary organisations, are spearheading a campaign to encourage vulnerable EU nationals within the London Borough of Haringey to register on the EU Settled Status Scheme (EUSS).

The aim is to help those who otherwise would be unlikely to register by the deadline.  Information will be widely available in multiple languages on how to register, what documents are needed, and where you can go to for free practical advice and assistance.

The groups we are helping include:

  • The Roma community
  • Homeless people and rough sleepers
  • Elderly people
  • Victims of Domestic Abuse
  • The Charedi community
  • Single migrant workers who may be working in the grey economy or anticipating a short stay. 

(*Irish nationals and those with Indefinite Leave to Remain need not apply)

Through our community partnerships we will be promoting awareness of the scheme and the importance of registration, as well as supplying information and resources. Where necessary, assistance with complex applications will be available from Haringey Law Centre.

Does your voluntary group work with vulnerable EU nationals?

If so, we are still looking for strategic partners to work with to help us to deliver this programme.  Training, funding and resources are available.

To get involved or find out more, please contact Victoria on 020 3866 1048, email [email protected]