If you’re applying to stay in the UK after Brexit – but struggling with the application process – there’s lots of help available.

Even though there’s still uncertainty about when and how Britain will leave the European Union, EU citizens from overseas still need to apply for ‘settled status’ so they can continue to live and work here.

You can apply via the UK Government website HERE

Or call the government helpline on 0300 123 7379.

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But if you need more support with your application, there are plenty of options…

EU Citizens’ Rights Service

The EU Citizens Rights Service provides free, impartial and confidential advice on settled status.

It also offers in-depth, specialist help on social welfare and employment issues – so if you have problems with work, welfare benefits or debt, and you’re worried about how they might affect your application, it might be worth getting in touch.

Call 0300 3309 059 to book an appointment.

MIND North East Wales

If you’re elderly, have mental health issues or been the victim of domestic abuse, you can get help with your application from mental health charity MIND (LINK http://www.newmind.org.uk).

For more information call 01352 974430.

Immigration Advice Service

Take a look at the Immigration Advice Service website – launched by Welsh Government to help EU citizens prepare for Brexit.

It contains lots of links to organisations that provide specialist help with settled status applications, including:

  • TGP Cymru – support for European Roma citizens.
  • Royal Association for Deaf People – support for deaf EEA and Swiss citizens and their families.
  • Rights of Women – legal advice for women who are vulnerable due to violence against women and girls.

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