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£1,012 fee to be waived if families can demonstrate that they cannot afford this.
The Government will also consult on extending entitlement for childcare for two-year-olds.
What councils need to consider when a person is ineligible for benefits
Applying Schedule 3 when a person who is 'in breach of immigration laws' qualifies for social services' support.
Guidance requires child welfare impacts to be considered and defines 'imminent risk of destitution'.
DHSC confirms that CHC, FNC, and section 117 aftercare are not subject to overseas visitors charging.
NRPF Connect data evidences cost pressures for local government arising from the provision of essential ‘safety-net’ support to people who are excluded from benefits and mainstream housing assistance.
Funding criteria and guidance now available.
Information to help councils uphold EU citizens' rights and identify support options when people are ineligible for benefits.
We highlight potential impacts on individuals and councils in our consultation response.