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Free Settlement Guide to help European kids in care


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The AIRE Centre has launched a free Settlement Guide to help EU children and young people better understand their legal rights after Brexit. It is aimed in particular at the estimated 5,000 EU citizen children in care, and those who have recently left the care system.

The online service explains in very simple terms what the EU Settlement Scheme is and how to apply. Users can also take a short “quiz” to see if they qualify. The answers to the quiz are mapped against relevant aspects of EU/UK law to provide an indication of the decision likely to be made by the Home Office.

The Settlement Guide sits on a dedicated website: https://www.settlementguide.co.uk/.

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