Vulnerable young EU nationals 'not supported to apply for settled status'

Joe Lepper
Wednesday, February 10, 2021

More than half of vulnerable children from the European Union in the English care system have not been supported to apply for settled status, new research shows.

Young EU nationals are not being supported to apply for EUSS, researchers say. Picture: Adobe Stock
Young EU nationals are not being supported to apply for EUSS, researchers say. Picture: Adobe Stock

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