Find out if you can pass the habitual residence test so you can claim benefits as an EEA national
Find out what to do if you’ve failed the habitual residence test including how to challenge a benefit decision
Find out if you can get benefits if you're from the EU
The habitual residence test and who may be subject to immigration control.
Whether or not a British or Irish citizen needs to satisfy the conditions of the Habitual Residence Test when returning to the UK from abroad.
Overview and content list for non-EEA nationals and the habitual residence test.
Residence rules for applying to the Child Maintenance Service (CMS) so that they can arrange child maintenance under the 2012 Child Maintenance Scheme.
Check if you have a right to reside in the UK so you can claim benefits as an EEA citizen.
Rules about who can apply for Council Tax Reduction (CTR) including requirement to occupy a property, liability for council tax, people subject to immigration control and discretionary reductions.
Starting point for seeking support for people affected by child abuse, outlining the types of organisations which may be able to help.
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