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Right to reside – parent or carer of child in education

This factsheet contains a flowchart on the right to reside for children of EEA workers, or former workers, in education, and their primary carer.

Benefits for EEA nationals - Advanced (Scotland) 19 - 20 May 2021 ONLINE

19th May 2021 to 20th May 2021
Online Scotland
This experienced level course looks in detail at the social security rights of EEA nationals and their family members in the UK. It provides an opportunity for advisers who are...

Benefits for non-EEA nationals (Scotland) 16 - 17 November 2021 ONLINE

16th November 2021 to 17th November 2021
Online Scotland
Advisers can find it difficult and intimidating to advise non-European nationals on how their immigration status affects entitlement to benefits and tax credits. This standard level course offers an opportunity...

Benefits for EEA nationals (Scotland) 23 - 24 November 2021 ONLINE

23rd November 2021 to 24th November 2021
Online Scotland
The rules affecting benefit entitlements for EEA nationals became more complex from the start of 2021 and further changes take effect from the end of June 2021. This standard level...

Benefits for EEA nationals (Scotland) 15 - 16 June 2021 ONLINE

15th June 2021 to 16th June 2021
Online Scotland
The rules affecting benefit entitlements for EEA nationals became more complex from the start of 2021 and further changes take effect from the end of June 2021. This standard level...

Benefits for EEA nationals (Scotland) 7 - 8 July 2020 ONLINE **FULLY BOOKED**

7th July 2020 to 8th July 2020
Online Scotland
This course looks at the benefit rules that particularly affect EEA nationals. Focusing on the operation of the right to reside, habitual residence and past presence tests in social security...

Benefits for EEA nationals (Scotland) 23 - 24 September 2020 ONLINE

23rd September 2020 to 24th September 2020
Online Scotland
This course looks at the benefit rules that particularly affect EEA nationals. Focusing on the operation of the right to reside, habitual residence and past presence tests in social security...

Benefits for new refugees

This factsheet is for people who have been granted refugee status, indefinite leave to remain, humanitarian protection or discretionary leave – as long as one of these applies to you, you have the same rights to benefits as UK nationals.

Advising BME Communities e-bulletin November 2018

UC residence and immigration issues, refugees and past presence test, Brexit and more