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Factsheet on NHS charges for migrants with no recourse to public funds

This factsheet summarises what NHS healthcare migrants with NRPF can access in England, whether this will be chargeable, and the new Immigration Health Charge. 

For full details please refer to the legislation that is referenced and the Department of Health’s Guidance on operating the overseas visitors charging regulations (March 2015).

Healthcare is a devolved matter and so different charging exemptions apply in Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland, although the Immigration Health Charge still applies to migrants who are intending to reside in those parts of the UK. 

NHS treatment is not a ‘public fund’ for immigration purposes, so migrants subject to the ‘no recourse to public funds condition’ are not prohibited from accessing NHS services. 

More information available here: NHS-healthcare.pdf

Service User-led Programme Coordinator Job Description


One Hackney Care Coordinators contacts


Poverty across ethnic groups through recession and austerity

Source Joseph Rowntree Foundation

Paul Fisher and Alita Nandi

30 March 2015


 PDF 4 pages 0.2 MB

Full report PDF 62 pages 3.4 MB

Part of a series providing statistical analysis of how ethnicity and poverty are linked, this research examined the impact of the recession which started in 2008 and subsequent austerity measures on different ethnic groups’ economic well-being.

City & Hackney Mental Health Needs assessement 2014

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