The Immigration Law Practitioners’ Association is a membership organisation established in 1984 by a group of leading immigration law practitioners to:

  • Promote and improve the advising and representation of immigrants
  • Provide information to members and others on domestic and European immigration, asylum and nationality law
  • Secure a non-racist, non-sexist, just and equitable system of immigration refugee and nationality law practice
Read more about us

Modern Slavery Bill: Overseas Domestic Workers

The amendment  to the Modern Slavery Bill in the names of the Cross-bench peer Lord Hylton, the Lord Bishop of Carlisle, the labour Baroness Royall of Blaisdon and the Conservative Baroness Hanham was carried by the House of Lords on 25 February 2015.  The amendment restores the rights of overseas domestic workers to change employer.  The House of Commons will now be asked to give its view on the amendment, which, in the words of the Lord Hylton, closes “ this loophole for abuse which has existed for so many years.”


Debate in Hansard

ILPA Briefing on the amendment for Ping Pong in the House of Commons, 16 March 2015

Find immigration law advice

Click Here
Book Training
Your ILPA – Learn about valued member benefits here.


Information Service

ILPA's Information Service is funded by the Joseph Rowntree Charitable Trust. It provides clear information on developments in immigration, asylum and nationality law and practice, accessible to non-lawyers.

Read more