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.
Author: Noelia Martinez (Noelia Martinez)
We have launched an appeal to raise funds to assist the most vulnerable clients with the costs of their travel, paying for new ID documents, or even taking a passport photo. There are only few hardship funds available in Scotland and our clients are often not eligible to apply for either of them and rely on private discretionary donations.
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.
The Citizens’ Rights Project is expanding its services for European citizens by providing a multilingual rights service, in Spanish and Polish, for EU citizens in Edinburgh during the pandemic.
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.
My name is Helen. I am a linguist, and in my leisure time, I volunteer as an OISC registered EUSS advisor for the Citizens’ Rights Project. I support fellow EU citizens who live in the Central Belt and Trossachs to apply to the EU Settlement Scheme.
The Citizens Rights Project has organised a further free webinar about the EU Settlement Scheme aimed at professionals working with vulnerable EU citizens in local authorities and third sector organisations, in collaboration with their partner Drummond Miller LLP.