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Home Office can use discretion to lift a ‘no recourse to public funds’ condition, regardless of the type of leave a person has.
Social Security Scotland benefits added and Social Fund payments clarified.
Illegal Migration Bill passes, with radical changes leaving local authorities and vulnerable people at risk.
Home Office review of long-standing NRPF Connect cases sees positive outcomes with local authority action needed to support ongoing efforts
Association of Directors of Adult Social Services endorses the NRPF Network’s authoritative guidance for England on assessing and supporting adults who have no recourse to public funds
Key principles, considerations, and approaches for local authorities when determining subsistence rates
Local authorities using NRPF Connect face continued demand for essential ‘safety-net’ support with European Economic Area (EEA) nationals at greater risk of destitution.
Following a recent consultation on early education provision, 15 hours a week free childcare is now available to all disadvantaged two-year-olds in England.
Group 2 refugees face uncertain immigration journey and future NRPF risks remain unclear.
£1,012 fee to be waived if families can demonstrate that they cannot afford this.