A forcibly displaced person is anyone that is forced to move across borders, due to armed conflict, persecution, terrorism, human rights violations and abuses, violence or a combination of these factors.

This includes people that have been granted international protection in the UK, including asylum and indefinite leave to remain (refugee status, humanitarian protection or discretionary leave).

This also includes people who do not have international protection, but who might otherwise be considered forcibly displaced and can demonstrate that they may find it difficult to provide evidence in support of their registration application in the usual way.

For more information about who is eligible for support and what evidence you will need to provide to demonstrate this, take a look at our policy on handling registration applications:

Policy for handling registration applications from forcibly
displaced persons

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