Immigration Conference

Date: 23rd October 2019

Time: 09.30 – 17.00

CPD: 6 Hours

Phone Price: £69+vat

ONLINE PRICE: £59+vat

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This full day conference is presented by Priya Solanki

These highly experienced immigration barristers will deliver updates on the latest immigration law issues and will provide invaluable advice pertinent to today.

This course is aimed at qualified immigration law practitioners.

Article 8 ECHR Update

A summary of recent law on immigration family and private life claims

  • A detailed analysis of the most relevant recent case law
  • A consideration of some of useful UKVI policy guidance in the area
  • Practical tips on preparing applications and appeals on the grounds of family and private life

 

Health Cases in Immigration

A summary of recent law on healthcare cases in immigration

  • A detailed analysis of the case law prior to and following the decision in Paposhvili
  • Advice on preparing and arguing Article 3 ECHR cases
  • Advice on preparing and arguing Article 8 ECHR cases
  • A consideration of some of useful UKVI policy guidance in the area

  

Certified Asylum and Human Rights Decisions

A summary of the relevant law, including recent case law and policy guidance on certification

  • A detailed analysis of the case law on certification
  • Consideration of the usefulness of UKVI Policy Guidance on certifications
  • Practical tips on preparing applications to prevent certification
  • Advice and examples of successfully challenging certifications by judicial review

 

Domestic Violence in Immigration

A summary of the relevant law on domestic violence claims in immigration

  • Destitution Domestic Violence Scheme
  • Immigration Rules on Domestic Violence
  • Domestic Violence Claims outside of the Immigration Rules
  • EEA Domestic Violence Claims
  • Consideration of relevant Policy Guidance
  • Overview of useful case law

 

Fresh Asylum and Human Rights Claims

Guidance on making further submissions following a failed asylum or human rights claim

  • An overview of the further submissions application and decision process, including (a) the submission of fresh claims in person, (b) the ability to waive the in person requirement, (c) cases managed in detention, (d) dealing with dependants, (e) considering section 4 support issues
  • A consideration of the applicability of paragraph 353 of the immigration rules to particular claims, including (a) previously withdrawn claims, (b) previously certified claims, (c) returning individuals, (d) previously certified claims
  • Practical tips and advice on evidence and preparation of further submissions
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