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Donate to support our free Advice Clinics.

Every week in London and Manchester, we run a free advice clinic for migrants and their families. Our dedicated team of advisers help them challenge in-work exploitation, access benefits when they are struggling, secure their immigration status, and access employment when they're ready. Our advice is free, completely confidential, and available in seven languages, including Bulgarian, Italian, Polish, Romanian, Russian, Spanish, and Ukrainian.

Your support means the world to us, and it helps us change the world.

If you know someone who needs help, get in touch at https://www.workrightscentre.org/get-our-help  or call us at 03004000100.

       

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Work Rights Centre from Work Rights Centre

The Work Rights Centre is a registered charity (No. 1165419) dedicated to ending in-work poverty by helping workers exit precarious work: poorly paid, unprotected, and insecure employment. Our team of volunteers provides free and confidential information in a variety of European languages and can help you understand your employment status, access your employment rights, and improve your employability.

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  • Mon, July 4 2022, 11:18 AM : RT @wfcouncil: Free confidential support from @WORCrights at Leytonstone Library, E11 1HG 🔵 Employment Rights 🔵 CV Building and Job Search…
  • Thu, June 30 2022, 3:29 PM : To stay up to date with our latest blog posts and briefings, subscribe to our newsletter: https://t.co/Gc0LE42pZD
  • Thu, June 30 2022, 3:28 PM : These are just a few of many examples of the problems that have persisted since the EUSS deadline. Our latest blog post dives deeper into these challenges and calls for a faster resolution process and better, clearer communication: https://t.co/DgfjGI7U0p
  • Thu, June 30 2022, 3:28 PM : Late applications are being processed far too slowly. Many were submitted late due to misunderstandings over the continuous residence rules, digital illiteracy, or fears over the evidence threshold for proving their presence pre-Jan 2021.