Update - UK Payment Scheme Application Forms

 

We are currently mailing out UK Payment Scheme application forms to all who have registered.

Some complex tax and benefit issues are still being resolved in the best interests of former Child Migrants. This has taken longer than expected, hence the delay.

For those former Child Migrants who are within the eligibility criteria set out in HMG announcement of 26th February 2019, we can confirm the following:

If you have already provided your details since the first announcement on the 19th December 2018 (including by email) to any office of the Child Migrants Trust, then you have been registered.

You will receive an application form by post very shortly.

We appreciate your patience while we work to resolve these issues.

If you have not contacted us previously, please confirm your interest here so that we can register your details.

The Child Migrants Trust is the only specialist service for all Britain's former Child Migrants and their families.   About us

Welcome to the Child Migrants Trust

CMT was established by Margaret Humphreys CBE, OAM; a Nottinghamshire Social Worker. It addresses the devastating impact of the deportation of children from Britain. In the post-war period, child migrants as young as three were shipped to Canada, New Zealand, the former Rhodesia and Australia, a practice that continued as late as 1970.

A registered charity in both Australia and Britain, CMT provides a range of social work services, including counselling and support for family reunions. The Trust's offices in Nottingham, UK as well as Perth and Melbourne in Australia also offer information, advice and family research to former child migrants and their families.

Please take time to browse our new website. It displays useful information and memorable photographs of former child migrants, as children and adults, to give you a window into our vital work.

Family Restoration Fund

For more details and application forms for the Family Restoration Fund, please click here

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