About the Transition Guide

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About the Transition Guide2018-08-15T17:07:22+00:00

We have written this Guide to help Refugees who have recently been granted leave to remain in the UK. If you have Refugee Status, Humanitarian Protection, Discretionary Leave or Indefinite Leave to Remain, this guide will help you understand what new rights and entitlements you have, and advice on how to get them.

This is is a guide for new refugees in Leeds, and focuses on the kind of things that will be a priority during the first 6 months of becoming a refugee. It does not aim to be a guide to any other city: all the information is specific to life in Leeds.

We do not want this guide to be too long or too detailed. We have tried to give basic information on a number of important subjects, and links to more detailed information if that’s needed.

Finding a GP

GPs are family doctors and are normally the first health professionals you see when you have an illness or injury ... read more.

Mental health

Mental health difficulties are very common One person out of four experiences some kind of mental health problem at some ... read more.

Finding a job

Leeds has jobs in many of different areas. Big areas of employment in Leeds include: hospitality (for example hotels, bars, ... read more.

NASS 35

What you need to know If you were receiving UKVI support, UKVI will send you a form called a ‘NASS ... read more.

Taxis

Types of Taxi There are two types of taxi in the UK. “Hackney Carriages” or “Black and White” taxis (as ... read more.

Cycling

Cycling can be a fun, quick and cheap way to travel around Leeds, and it’s also good for your health. ... read more.

Walking

Sometimes walking can actually be the easiest and quickest way to get around (particularly in the city centre). It’s also ... read more.

Last Updated: 15 August 2018

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