The All-Party Parliamentary Group on No Recourse to Public Funds invites you to a panel discussion on:
The end of the EU Settlement Scheme and the impact on families with NRPF
Wednesday July 7th 2020
10:30 – 11:30
Location:Virtual (Zoom link will be circulated to registered participants prior to meeting.
This event, hosted by the APPG on No Recourse to Public Funds, will look at the issues families with children experience in regularising their status under the EU Settlement Scheme (EUSS) and the potential negative impact on those who did not manage submit an application before the 30th of June deadline. In addition, we will look at a recent legal challenge to the eligibility of non-EU parents of British children (Zambrano carers) to apply for settlement under EUSS and the impact this could have on thousands of families and children in the UK.
The discussion will be chaired by Kate Osamor MP, the chair of the APPG on NRPF.
Speakers will include:
Michael Spencer – Barrister, Doughty Street Chambers
Amy Grey – Immigration Solicitor on Rights of Women’s EUSS Project
Franchesca and Juliet – Persons with lived experience of making applications under EUSS
This event, hosted by the APPG on No Recourse to Public Funds, will look at the issues facing migrant women who experience domestic abuse, and explore how the Domestic Abuse Bill can be used to ensure all women can access support and safety, regardless of immigration status.
Pragna Patel, Director, Southall Black Sisters
Gisela Valle, Director, Latin American Women’s Rights Service
Marieke Widmann, Policy and Practice Advisor, The Children’s Society
Sara Reis, Head of Research and Policy, Women’s Budget Group
The event explored children and young people’s experiences of the hostile environment through the lens of the school day, creating an important opportunity to hear from young people who are navigating the immigration system, and the campaigning they are doing to change it for the better and secure their rights.