Receiving the Personal Data of Refugees

Once approved as a sponsor, you will be given the personal data of refugees you will potentially support. It's essential this information is managed properly

As a Community Sponsor you will receive personal data relating to the refugees that are allocated to your sponsor group. This will enable your group to ensure that you will be able to meet the needs of the particular family you will be supporting. The information you will receive is extremely confidential and will contain the ages, genders, biographic information and medical details of the refugees you will be supporting.  

In this resource, we outline how the secure portal used by the Home Office - MOVEit - will be set up for you to receive personal data and what you will need to have in place to receive this information. 

You can find blank copies of the forms used in resettlement process attached to this page. These are:

  • Refugee Resettlement Form (RRF)
  • Migrant Health Assessment (MHA)
  • Activities of Daily Living Form
  • Significant Medical Condition Form

You will need a website account to access these resources.  

If you are working with a Lead Sponsor, speak to them about how personal data will be received. 

Last modified
Thursday, June 4, 2020 - 15:54
Key things to do
  • Understand what data you will receive
  • Make arrangements to receive personal data 
  • Ensure confidentiality is maintained
  • Receiving Personal Data
  • Blank Resettlement Registration Form
  • Blank Migrant Health Assessment
  • Blank Activities of Daily Living Form
  • Blank Significant Medical Conditions Form