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Providing information, advice and support for EU citizens in Scotland
You can now access our latest research briefing on access to welfare benefits and pensions for EU citizens with pre-settled and settled status prepared by Nina Miller Westoby, a socio-legal researcher based at the University of Glasgow.
The next Scottish Parliament election is due to take place on Thursday 6 May 2021. As an EU, EEA or Swiss citizen you might be able to vote for the Members of the Scottish Parliament, or MSPs, who represent you and make decisions on devolved matters in Scotland.
We have launched an appeal to raise funds to assist the most vulnerable clients with some of the costs they might incur to be able to apply for pre-settled or settled status.
The Citizens Rights Project will soon open a multilingual rights centre for EU citizens in Edinburgh during the pandemic who needs assistance with their employment, housing and benefits rights, among other things.
If you want to get in touch with our project to enquire about the EU Settlement Scheme, please use email us on firstname.lastname@example.org or message us in Facebook. You can write to us in any EU language.
On 10 December 2020 the United Kingdom opened up a process for EU, EEA and Swiss nationals to apply for a frontier worker permit, which will allow them to come to the UK to work while living elsewhere.
The Home Office have just released some guidance for EUSS applicants in or outside the UK who have been affected by restrictions associated with coronavirus.
A new guidance regarding the application under the EU Settlement Scheme has been release on December 2nd 2020 by the Home Office.
Our office in St Margaret’s House is currently closed to the public. Please, only visit if you have an appointment.
The Home Office has published new guidance on recruiting people from outside the UK from 1 January 2021.
Our Project Coordinator, Noelia Martinez gave a short interview about Citizens Rights Project for the SCVO website. You can read the interview here.
This leaflet has been written with a specific focus on non-EU citizens who have a current or former connection to an EU citizen, as a family member.
In this new post on our blog, we are taking a closer look at the latest EUSS statistics published by the Home Office focusing on the 'top 10' nationalities and Scottish local authorities based on the number of submitted applications.
A series of very useful factsheets created by Just Rights Scotland, explaining rights to work, study, vote, public healthcare, housing, and access to public funds have been added to our website in Your Rights section.