How People are driven to homelessness after being granted leave to remain
Based on a procedure, after asylum seekers are granted the Leave to Remain they are treated as ordinary residents of UK. Therefore, the temporary support for them, accommodation and tiny weekly payments, provided by the Home Office stops after a while. The asylum seekers are nominally given a respite of 28 days to find a shelter and leave the NASS accommodation provided by the NASS but actually this deadline is much shorter because communications and correspondence between the Home Office, the solicitor, SERCO and other authorities take a long time. This is aggravated when an unexpected problem, such as wrong addresses in communications and the failure to collect letters on time, happens. So, before the asylum seekers find reasonable time to search for a house and go to probe the place they are given a strong notice implicitly threatening them they would be the subject of a legal action if they fail to leave the accommodation on time.