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August 14, 2022

What Is ‘No Recourse To Public Funds’ In Your Visa?

Hello, welcome back to our channel. Today we are going to discuss what it means to have no recourse to public funds on your visa.

 

In case your visa states that no recourse for public funds then you are not qualified to get access to any of the advantages mentioned in paragraph 6 of the Immigration Rules.

These benefits include the following:

  • Child Benefit
  • Job Seeker’s allowance
  • Housing leverage
  • Universal Credit




 

Usually, The Home Office would attach the condition a ‘no recourse to public funds’ in most visas.

Following settlement (settled status or indefinite leave to remain), the conditions are no longer implemented and you are qualified to access public funds.


Retrieving public funds where no recourse is a condition of your immigration status is a criminal act and might lead your present leave to be revoked or a ban for any future immigration applications.

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