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Sudbury & District Citizens Advice is an operating name of Sudbury & District Citizens Advice.

Registered Office: Sudbury & District Citizens Advice, Keyse House, Acton Lane, Sudbury, Suffolk. CO10 1QN.

Charity registration number 1123466 Company limited by guarantee. Registered number: 6051096 (England and Wales)

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OPENING HOURS INFORMATION

Drop-in..

Mondays, Tuesday, Wednesdays and Thursdays 10.00am - 1.00pm

Telephone times:

Mon - Thur 10am till 3:00pm


Reception opens at 9.30am.

General Advice and Money Advice appointments as appropriate.

There is no public parking.

The nearest parking is in Girling Street car park. For those with mobility issues, we do have limited parking.  Please either phone us on the above number, or email us on advice@sudburycab.org.uk to book a disabled parking space.

Find Us



Keyse House

Acton Lane

Sudbury

Suffolk

CO10 1QN

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Telephone 01787 321400 or Contact us by Email:

advice@sudburycab.org.uk


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Immigration & Nationalisation

The rules about who can come from other countries to live in the UK are very complicated. Here we describe the basic immigration rules and where to go for more help.  Help with immigration problems  Identifies situations where immigration or nationality advice may be needed and gives details of organisations that can help.


Immigration & Nationality


The Habitual

Residency Test


British & Irish

Citizens claiming

benefits

EEA Nationals


Non EEA

Nationals


If you fail the

Habitual

Residency Test

EEA Nationals

Claiming benefits

as a Jobseeker

EEA Nationals

claiming benefits

as a former worker

EEA (A8)

Nationals -

Claiming benefits

All Other

Immigration

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