Regulated by the Solicitors’ Regulation Authority, Newfields Law is a specialist immigration firm based in Wales that has qualified advisors able to assist with all aspects of the EU Settlement Scheme and any related complex or legal immigration matters.Find out more
Newfields Law is a boutique law firm based in the centre of Cardiff which specialises in immigration advisory services.
It provides an advisory service to EU citizens and their (EU or non-EU) family members who are based in Wales and wish to submit applications to the EU Settlement Scheme.
As a law firm regulated by the Solicitors’ Regulation Authority, we advise in respect of all application types, ranging from those which are simple and straightforward to the more complex and non-standard, including challenging Home Office decisions. Newfields also works alongside other key organisations, in particular those working with vulnerable groups, to provide support and advice beyond OISC level 1.
In addition to 1-2-1 advice services delivered in person, phone, or electronically, it will deliver a public awareness campaign throughout Wales which will promote the EU Settlement Scheme and the support services available to EU nationals residing in Wales. Promotion materials include a number of both traditional and digital formats targeted in key public locations across Wales.
Citizens Advice working in partnership with Ethnic Youth Support Team
Citizens Advice Cymru provides an information, guidance, and advice service to assist clients with simple EU settled status applications. It can also provide advice on social welfare issues and workplace rights. Referrals to other services will be suggested where clients would benefit from further assistance in complex issues. Find out more
Settled is a new charity working to guide, inform and assist vulnerable and hard to reach EU citizens and help them keep their right to live and work in the United Kingdom after leaves the European Union. The Settled website offers interactive support and guidance, and direct EU citizens to bespoke information.Find out more
The Settled website www.settled.org.uk/ will offer interactive support and guidance, and direct EU citizens to bespoke information. Settled can also be contacted on firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Here for Good advice line - 020 7014 2155 - will be open on Mondays (09:30-11:30), Wednesdays (11:30-13:30) and Fridays (13:30-15:30).
TGP Cymru / Travelling Ahead Advice and Advocacy Service
Advice and application support for European Roma citizens to stay in Wales when the UK leaves the European Union. Find out more
This is a Wales-wide service and is focused on the EU Roma community
The team move around Wales, basing itself in schools, community centres and other centres where it can be most easily accessed by the local Roma community. They liaise with the community and any school/support groups in advance for people to be able to
sign up for appointments.
For people with on-going needs (not just a one-off advice meeting), the Support Worker will maintain contact and arrange all subsequent meetings. In the case that a person needs OISC level two or three support, they will maintain contact with the TGP Cymru adviser throughout to ensure an end-to-end service is carried out
Rights of Women
A telephone advice line which provides legal advice and assistance to women who are vulnerable due to Violence Against Women and Girls (VAWG) to enable them to apply to the EU Settlement Scheme. Find out more
This telephone advice line is staffed by women immigration solicitors or barristers who are qualified to give advice up to OISC Level 3.
We can advise on applying to the EU Settlement Scheme including helping you to understand:
Royal Association for Deaf People
This organisation works with deaf people, particularly those deaf from birth or an early age who use sign language to communicate. A webpage and appointment service is now live for deaf EU/EEA and Swiss citizens and their family members to access support to apply to the EU Settlement Scheme. Find out more
Applicants can also access the advice services: