St Mungo’s has been mentioned in an article in today’s Observer newspaper about the Rough Sleeper Support Service.

A St Mungo’s spokesperson said: “Non UK citizens who are sleeping rough can spend months, even years, in destitution, waiting to hear back from the Home Office in order to resolve their status. That is why we have been meeting with Home Office staff and working with other homelessness and migrant organisations to find ways for the Home Office to respond more quickly. In particular, we are seeking to ensure that people who may use the service do so based on informed consent and legal advice from a registered immigration adviser.”

How St Mungo’s works with non-UK nationals sleeping rough

Judicial Review

Sharing information with the Home Office and resolving immigration issues