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European Union Settled Status (EUSS)

Europe Direct Bristol Law Centre closed on 31st December 2019.

Bristol Law Centre can help with complex EUSS (EU Settlement Scheme) applications, at no charge.

We are holding EUSS drop-in sessions* at our offices

11th March 2-5pm

18th March 2-5pm

*Please note these are advice only sessions and we won’t be making applications for anyone on the day. Support workers welcome. You can read more about what cases may be complex in this guide  

We also hold a monthly general immigration drop in – details here

Information on residency and Settled Status (EUSS): 

 

Our drop in can also help ‘vulnerable’ applicants, including: victims of trafficking, people without identity docs, victims of domestic violence, elderly, children in local authority care, care leavers, Roma, people with criminal convictions (In UK and outside UK)

 

Further information

Government info on EU Settlement Status scheme

EU official website

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Call 0117 924 8662

Email mail@bristollawcentre.org.uk with a brief description of your query and a contact phone number and we’ll get back to you.

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