Success for projects supporting migrant care leavers

Nicole Weinstein
Wednesday, July 27, 2022

Targeted support for young people leaving care with uncertain immigration status can improve lives and avoid costly interventions, new research finds.

'Early intervention is key, so that immigration issues are identified and resolved before a young person turns 18,' researchers say. Picture: Adobe Stock
'Early intervention is key, so that immigration issues are identified and resolved before a young person turns 18,' researchers say. Picture: Adobe Stock

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