Drop-in sessions on campus with Citizens Advice Bureau

Citizens Advice Bureau will be on campus for two drop in sessions to assist University of York staff, students and their families with applications to the EU Settlement Scheme.

Individuals will need to complete their own applications, but Citizens Advice York will offer full help and support to applicants, including help to complete the application form and advice on issues which may arise during the application process. A representative from HR will also be present to answer any queries.

  • 10am to 4pm on 28 October in LMB/002A, Law and Management Building
  • 10am to 4pm on 11 Novemberin LMB/002A, Law and Management Building

What you will need

For those wishing to apply to the EU Settlement Scheme, you must bring with you:

  • a valid mobile telephone number (you will be sent a SMS text generated PIN number during the appointment in order to proceed)
  • a valid email address
  • a valid biometric passport (EU citizens)
  • a biometric residence card (non-EU citizen family members)
  • your National Insurance number or, if you are a student, details of your name and address for the last 6 months eg. bank statement or a rental agreement

Please note: this service does not currently accept national identity cards or non-biometric passports.

Devices will be available on the day for scanning ID.

More information and support

Please join the University of York EU/EEA Staff Forum Google Group to keep up to date with future events and to access peer support.

Should you have any further questions please email brexit@york.ac.uk.

Borrowing an Android Phone

You can scan your documents and upload your photo using the government's EU Exit: ID Document Check app. This is accessible on an android phone or an iphone 7 or above.

If you need to borrow a compatible device for the purpose of making an application, these will be available at the drop in sessions. Devices will be cleaned between uses in line with COVID-19 precautions.

If you are unable to attend the session, you can arrange to borrow a device by emailing arthur.clune@york.ac.uk.