Catherine Houlcroft Catherine Houlcroft

Catherine Houlcroft started her career working in frontline homelessness services at Manchester City Council and has spent the past decade undertaking specialist roles in the immigration sector, for more than five years as an OISC level three adviser on a range of immigration, asylum and nationality matters at the Immigration Advisory Service, and then at Refugee Action’s Access to Justice project.

Her more recent posts have involved supporting practitioners who are providing services to migrants, maintaining a strong focus on good practice, training and high quality advice, firstly in the higher education sector at the UK Council for International Student Affairs, and, since February 2014, at the No Recourse to Public Funds (NRPF) Network.

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Supporting children and families with no recourse to public funds

This is a guide for practitioners who are working with children and families who have no recourse to public funds.