Eastern European Resource Centre is one of the 57 organisations in the UK who have been awarded funding from Home Office to support vulnerable EU citizens apply for settled status.
The Minister of State for Immigration, Caroline Nokes, officially opened our EUSS centre. The minister met with our advisers and our clients and talked about their concerns and hopes people have about their future in the country, post Brexit.
The Centre, joinly created with POSK, is the largest project meant to support Central and Eastern European citizens living in the UK through the Brexit process and the settled status application.
The support is free for disadvantaged and vulnerable migrants.
The centre is located on the ground floor in Polish Social and Cultural Centre (POSK) and is open from Tuesday to Saturday from 11:30 to 18:30 with a break between 13:30 and 14.00. There is no need to book a visit in advance, the centre operates on the drop in basis.
East European Resource Centre has registered and qualifyed immigration advisers, speaking Polish and Romanian. To get in touch, please email firstname.lastname@example.org .