If you have reached this page, we presume you are either able to access information on a computer or a smartphone or you are assisted by a relative or carer. If that is the case, there should be no barrier to your relative or carer help you making the application online.
If they are unable to do this, or you are here to look for specific guidance for someone else with a disability or impairment, there are various services that may offer support.
The Assisted Digital service can help with access to the online application, either at a dedicated location or in your own home, if required. They can’t give advice on the application itself, but they can help with access to a computer.
The Royal Society for Deaf People offer sign language sessions, either online or at various locations across the country.
If you have a query or concern about the legal aspect of your immigration status, or you have a criminal conviction you are concerned about, we suggest you contact our charity partner Here for Good:
Telephone advice line: 020 7014 2155 which is open on
The Law Centres Network may also be able to provide advice, depending on where you are in the UK.
If you are in Wales you can contact Newfields Law on firstname.lastname@example.org, who are retained by the Welsh Government to provide free legal advice and support.
In Scotland Settled has partnered with Citizens Rights Project, who will be able to guide you to support and advice on applying to the EU Settlement Scheme.
In Northern Ireland guidance and advice on the EU Settlement Scheme is offered through Advice NI, the independent advice network.
You can also leave a message here for us to contact you, so we can direct you to further support. We usually reply within one working day.