From Friday 29 March to Monday 1 April, City Hall will be providing advice and guidance sessions across community centres, shopping centres and employers in areas where there are high populations of EU Londoners.
On Saturday 30 March, the Government’s EU Settlement Scheme will fully open. There are over one million EU Londoners in London who call this city their home – and the Greater London Authority wants every one to be clear on what they need to do to continue to live here.
To do this, City Hall is bringing free advice and guidance around settled status directly to EU nationals living in this city.
From Friday 29 March – Monday 1 April, there will be several free events and drop-in advice sessions running across the city, where EU Londoners will be able to speak to immigration lawyers and volunteers about the and what they need to do to remain in the UK post-Brexit.
Here’s a list of the drop-in events running across London:
Friday 29 March
- City Hall, Southwark: All day, 10:00- 16:00
- Woolwich Centre Library – 14:30-16:30
Saturday 30 March
- Polish Social and Cultural Association, Hammersmith: 11:30-13:30
- Westfield shopping centre (outside Jamie’s Italian), Shepherd’s Bush: 14:00-18:00
Sunday 31 March
- Wood Green Shopping Centre: 10:00- 12:30
- Church Lane, Leytonstone – 1.15-3.15pm
- Asylum Aid – Migrant Resource Centre, Haringey: 16:00 – 18:00
Monday 1 April
- Heathrow Airport: 10:00 – 12:00
- Willesden Green, Brent: 13:00 – 15:00
- Latin American House, Camden: 16:00 – 18:00
Please do attend, or share these details with any EU Londoners you know who could benefit from this service. If you have any questions, please get in contact with Puja at email@example.com.