On 31st October 2019, the United Kingdom will leave the European Union. EU citizens will be required to apply for ‘Settled Status’ or ‘Pre-Settled Status’ if they wish to stay in the UK. This is part of the government's ‘EU Settlement Scheme’ (EUSS).

The voluntary sector will be significantly impacted by Settled Status: London’s charity sector is made up of 14% EU National charity workers. Furthermore, the voluntary sector makes up one of the primary interfaces between civil society and European Londoners and their family members, of all walks of life. 

New Europeans is a civil society initiative championing the rights, inclusion and participation of European citizens. Over the past few years, New Europeans UK team has been delivering info session and application workshops on Settled Status with communities across the UK.

We want to know where the gaps are in the voluntary sector regarding EUSS support: where more information, support, and resources are needed to support Londoners accessing this new status. The results of this research will form a short report which we will be launching in October 2019 at our ‘EUSS and the voluntary sector’ seminar.

Please complete this brief survey to help us find out.

You can email tamsin@neweuropeans.net for more info about this study. This is part of an ongoing project to provide practical support and training to the voluntary and community sector with the Settlement Scheme. 

Thanks to IMIX and the Runnymede Trust for support developing this survey. 

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* 1. Had you heard of the Settled Status Scheme before this survey?

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* 2. Do you work with any of the following groups: EEA nationals; Europeans; family members of Europeans including third country nationals? 

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* 3. Is your organisation already working to support your clients with their applications for Settled Status?

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* 4. If not already working on the Settlement Scheme:

Is your organisation interested in learning more about how to support your clients in learning more about / applying for Settled Status?

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* 5. What areas in particular could your organisation support clients with?

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* 6. Do you think other organisations are supporting your client group with EUSS?

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* 7. Please give a brief description of what you currently do and where you do it. (E.g. community centre in Hammersmith / Policy level work UK wide / advice giving across East London)

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* 8. Do you think your clients might be at risk of not knowing about / not applying for / not receiving Settled Status?

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* 9. Which of these categories might your clients fall into?

EU / EEA / third country family members of EU Nationals who are:

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* 10. What do you think are the main barriers (if any) that your client group, staff and volunteers might face in registering for EUSS?

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* 11. Do any of the clients you work with have race as a protected characteristic?

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* 12. What further support could help your organisation to support your clients to register for Settled Status?

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* 13. How many of your staff or volunteers are EEA nationals; Europeans; family members of Europeans including third country nationals?

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* 14. We are organising a seminar in November in Central London to give voluntary and community organisations more information on Settled Status. Can we contact you to give you more info about this?

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* 15. Your name

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* 16. Email address

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* 17. Your organisation

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