A positive future for EU citizens in the UK

Settled is a UK charity set up in 2019 to help EU citizens living in the UK whose rights were affected by Brexit. We worked hard to ensure as many as possible secured their immigration status before the deadline in June 2021, so that their lives here could continue. 

We now continue to provide information, advice and support to EU citizens, including people who are late applying to the EU Settlement Scheme (EUSS), or who have had their application refused. 

We also help when people are struggling to prove their immigration status or access rights and services. These can include the right to bring family members to join them in the UK, and to access welfare benefits, healthcare, etc.  

Since March 2022, we also have a Ukraine Advice service on the government’s three visa schemes. This service is for Ukrainians in the UK or overseas, and hosts. We cover immigration rights and broader rights of housing, education, etc. (We do not assist in ‘matching’ directly).

Settled is registered to give immigration advice at OISC Level 3. We have a small staff team of coordinators and lawyers, and a network of 100+ dedicated volunteers based throughout the UK. 

Our staff and volunteers speak over 20 European languages, including Romanes for our dedicated Roma service (see video overview), and Ukrainian.

Free, accredited advice for EU and Ukrainian citizens is provided free of charge by email or phone (Mon-Fri 9-5). We also manage interactive Facebook groups in a range of languages. Multilingual information is also available in the Help section of this website. Click here for contact details.


If you would like to learn more about Settled’s work, please look at our ‘Settled in Action’ page.

If you would like to get involved with Settled either as a volunteer or fundraiser, see how you can join us here.

If you would like to help Settled to continue our free advice services for EU citizens and Ukrainians, please consider donating. Thank you.

We’re here to help you with your Settled Status to remain in the UK. We have 100 volunteers on hand who can provide advice in all EU lanaguages.

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