no recourse to public funds

Sage group also suggests suspending benefit cap and "no recourse to public funds" status to help people self-isolate from Covid-19.
There are fears for thousands of rough sleepers with no recourse to public funds who were housed at the start of the coronavirus pandemic.
Campaigners fear those with "no recourse to public funds" could be left out in the cold even as other homeless people are offered further support.
Home secretary insists "it is right that migrants are financially independent" – but many have no choice because lockdown has left them out of work.
PM says he "will see what we can do to help" during coronavirus crisis, as opposition parties describe comments as "astonishing" and "worrying".
Cracks in local authority systems exacerbated by central government policy have left vulnerable homeless people fearing for their lives during Covid-19.