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Webinars update

ADASS has been pleased to support the work of the Home Office in providing a strategic communication plan alongside an extensive webinar schedule to raise awareness of the EU Settlement Scheme. We are incredibly thankful to the many colleagues across our networks for their support, insight and for raising many searching questions that have led to some key outcomes in support of vulnerable EU/EEA citizens and organisations that help them on a day-to-day basis. Here is the Home Office guidance on the EU Settlement Scheme.

If you need help or support to apply to the EU Settlement Scheme you can get free support from a local organisation by following the link below and inputting your postcode.

Get help applying to the EU Settlement Scheme - GOV.UK (

If you have already applied and need to make further contact with the Home Office please call the EU Settlement Resolution Centre on:

Telephone: 0300 123 7379

Monday to Friday (excluding bank holidays), 8am to 8pm UK local time

Saturday and Sunday 9.30am to 4.30pm UK local time

If you are from a Local Authority, Council or another organisation supporting vulnerable adults to apply to the EU Settlement Scheme visit the Government toolkit page for support. 

For employers seeking information about the scheme here is the employer’s toolkit.

ADASS EUSS Resource Materials

Detailed below are links to a range of helpful resource materials that any organisation may use to raise awareness of the EU Settlement Scheme. Many of the links provide specific advice and guidance for organisations supporting vulnerable EU/EEA citizens and to use for training and development requirements.