Ensuring that vulnerable or at-risk EU citizens and their families are supported to obtain a status in the UK is a critical objective of this role.
This role will ensure that those who require the most support to apply to the EU Settlement Scheme (EUSS) can access it and have advice about any other options available to them.
The immigration status granted under the EUSS is either indefinite leave to remain (ILR) (also referred to for the purposes of the scheme as ‘settled status’) or 5 years’ limited leave to remain (LTR) (also referred to as ‘pre-settled status’) granted under Appendix EU to the Immigration Rules.
||£19,819 - £24,657
||35 hours per week
||Based within Citizens Advice Bury and Bolton offices