The DoE is seeking views on revisions made to include asylum seeking children being brought to the UK under the Dublin III Regulation to join family or relatives.
Asylum seeking children coming to live in the UK can be some of the most vulnerable in the country. The revisions are intended to provide clarity and support to local authorities in fulfilling their role where children are being brought to the UK under the Dublin III Regulation to live with family or relatives.
This consultation seeks views on whether the revised guidance provides sufficient advice to local authorities in England engaging in these cases. They would like to know:
- Is there anything in the revised guidance that should be amended?
- Is there anything further that should be added to the revised guidance?
- Do you have any suggestions for further links or resources that could be included?
The consultation is open until 4th July. Respond here.