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Non-EEA Nationals: Who Can't Claim?

Those non-EEA Nationals who are excluded by virtue of their immigration status are those who:
 
Have no 'leave to remain':

  • Illegal immigrants.
  • Overstayers.
  • People awaiting deportation.


Are here on a 'Temporary admission':

  • Asylum seekers who entered after 2000  (except those from EEA states).


Have 'Limited leave to remain' subject to the following restrictions:

  • A person with no recourse to public funds.
  • Someone whose entry to the UK was under a sponsorship agreement (unless they have been in the UK more than 5 years or their sponsor/s has died).

Note the OISC website lists immigration advice services- here.

Click on the links below for more information.

Immigration Status Test

Find out where this applies and what to do

No Leave to Remain

In what situation does this apply?

Asylum Seeker

Which Asylum Seekers can claim HB?

Limited leave to Remain

How can you tell someone has this?

No Recourse to Public Funds

Which benefits are considered Public Funds and what does this mean?

Sponsorship

What does a formal sponsorship undertaking mean?


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