Eligible for Assistance

Last updated 1 year ago First published 20 June, 2017

Runs through the various criteria that are used to establish whether you are likely to be eligible for assistance when making a homelessness application

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  • Are you a British or Irish citizen? Yes. No.
  • Have you lived continuously in the UK for the last two years? i.e. Not lived abroad.. No. Yes.
  • The council will need to check whether it believes you are habitually resident. If it believes you are, you will likely be eligible for assistance. Please click on this text to make an application using the form..
  • You are considered habitually resident and likely to be eligible for assistance. Please click on this text to go to the next step..
  • Do you have indefinite leave to remain? No. Yes.
  • You are likely to be eligible for assistance. Please click on this text to go to the next step..
  • Have you been granted refugee status? Yes. No.
  • You are likely to be eligible for assistance. Please click on this text to go to the next step..
  • Are you an EU or EEA national working in the UK ? No. Yes.
  • You are likely to be eligible for assistance.Please click on this text to go to the next step..
  • You are unlikely to be eligible for assistance. For further information and advice please click this box..

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