Below are a collection of resources related to our work around Non-UK Nationals, including a briefing which outlines the lesser-known powers that councils can use to accommodate people with uncertain or restricted eligibility.
Briefing: Facing up to homelessness among non-UK nationals
Publications and resources from the Homeless Link and NACCOM project, Finding local solutions to non-UK national homelessness.
Learning from Immigration Advice Programme
Homeless Link grant manage the Immigration Advice for Rough Sleepers Fund, funded by the Greater London Authority. Through interviews and working alongside grantees, we have compiled these insights and recommendations. This briefing is primarily aimed at those exploring how to deliver immigration advice for rough sleepers, be this from the perspective of local or central government, immigration advice services or homelessness sector service providers.
Policy briefing on New Immigration Rules May 2021
In this briefing, we outline what is known about the new rough sleeping Immigration Rules, their worrying implications and make recommendations for homelessness services, local and national government.
Working with refugees and people seeking asylum
Practical guidance for supporting people before and after receiving refugee status.
Supporting people with uncertain or restricted eligibility due to their immigration status
People with uncertain or restricted eligibility due to their immigration status are at high risk of homelessness and destitution because they cannot access mainstream housing, welfare benefits and employment. Read our guidance and briefing documents here.