Housing european nationals & workers from abroad
Training programme details
DescriptionTo explain in detail the law concerning the housing of workers from abroad and in particular from Europe. The course covers entitlement of migrant workers in depth and explains rights to reside under the Immigration (European Economic Area) Regulations 2006. Also the course covers A8 nationals, and entitlement of Romanians and Bulgarians.
At the end of the course you will be able to:
Have a broad understanding of immigration rules and know who is a person from abroad subject to immigration control
Understand the circumstances in which people from abroad may be allowed to enter this country for work, be entitled to take employment or be given permission to work after entry
Know when a person from abroad may or may not be housed by a local authority or a registered social landlord
Be aware of circumstances in which workers may be accompanied by dependants from abroad and the housing implications
Understand the residence, housing and employment rights of people from the EU and the EEA, including accession states, and the rights of their family and dependents
Understand the rules about recourse to public funds and know the implications of the habitual residence test
Who should attendStaff of local authorities working in housing advice, housing needs, allocations and homelessness. Housing Association staff wishing to identify the role that their organisations can play in housing workers from abroad.
Dates & locationsBirmingham/Solihull 11/01/2012
Non Member: £245