Wednesday, March 24, 2010


-UK Information Portal for Migrant Workers Continues to Expand-
(24 March 2010): myUKinfo, the UK information portal for migrant workers, their employers and those working with migrant workers, announces it has added Romanian as the fifth language on the portal. was launched in June 2009 with the initial languages of English, Polish and Portuguese. Six months after launching, myUKinfo added its fourth language; Slovak and with the continuous success of the site and the promise to continuously add new languages, Romanian has been added.  To visit the myUKinfo Romanian home page, click here.
myUKinfo provides relevant, updated and helpful information for migrant workers, their employers and service providers in the UK as well as those thinking of coming to the UK. myUKinfo is growing and attracting visitors from within the UK as well as those abroad.  Since its launch, the myUKinfo portal has had over 50,000 visits from over 100 different countries. myUKinfo has dozens of external organisations linking to the portal including national and local government, community and other migrant worker websites.

Coming Soon!!!
myUKinfo will soon have the ability for local organisations and local authorities to have their own pages on the information portal. This provides a one stop shop for migrant workers, employers and service providers for both national and local information about working and living in the UK.   For more information on advertising options as well as local pages on myUKinfo, please email
Connecting to myUKinfo
Become a fan of myUKinfo on Facebook.
For information on how to link your website to the myUKinfo portal, please visit  Linking to myUKinfo.
Information Cards
These business size cards give the details of the portal and are currently available in English, Polish, Portuguese, Slovak and Romanian. If you or your organisation are interested in distributing myUKinfo information cards, please email with the number of boxes, (each box contains approximately 100 cards) languages needed and your name, organisation and postal address.
If you would like to talk to us about the project please reply to this email or click here for more contact details

ESF is a cross-government initiative for the UK, led by the East of England Development Agency and supported by DCLG and the European Social Fund.  It provides cost-effective national and local information about immigration, employment and training, housing, transport, money, resources for families and children, healthcare and emergency contact information to migrant workers and their employers.

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