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Birmingham Advice Aid

Published: Thursday 2 September 2021

Birmingham Advice Aid provides 24 hour interactive guidance tailored to your individual circumstances.

First class digital Housing Advice at your fingertips.

It is always important to know your rights and responsibilities as housing issues can arise at any time. Whether you are threatened with eviction from your landlord, or simply cannot afford to maintain your mortgage repayments – getting the right advice at the right time is vital.

Birmingham Advice Aid provides 24 hour interactive guidance tailored to your individual circumstances. Birmingham Advice Aid raises the availability of professional digital Housing Advice, and helps you find the answers to your specific housing concerns and prevent homelessness.

Birmingham Advice Aid provides comprehensive advice around; Homelessness legislation, tenant rights, benefits, harassment, S21 notices, mortgage arrears, domestic abuse, rights of occupation, welfare reform, illegal eviction, rent arrears, housing disrepair and much more.

Time is running out to apply to the European Union Settlement Scheme

Published: Monday 12 April 2021

If you’re an EU, European Economic Area (EEA) or Swiss citizen, you and your family have to apply to the EU Settlement Scheme (settled and pre-settled status) to continue living here after 30 June.

You can also apply if you’re the family member of an eligible person of Northern Ireland.

EU citizens and their family members can apply for EU Settlement Scheme themselves online on the GOV.UK website.


Settled status for EU citizens will guarantee access to:

  • Public services, such as healthcare and schools.
  • Public funds and pensions.
  • British citizenship, if you meet the requirements and want to apply.

FREE SUPPORT is available for EUSS applications in Birmingham:

Online application guide

Published: Tuesday 20 October 2020

There is now a guide available to assist you in registering your application for housing.  Please select the link to open the guide - Online application guide