DT 1805 It's all about the money: financial requirements of the rules for applications by partners

At the end of the course participants should fully understand the financial requirements in Appendix FM and the related evidential requirements in Appendix FM-SE, and be equipped to handle a range of applications involving different financial circumstances. 

Event details

Date(s):29 May 2019
Start Time:16.00
End Time:19.15
Audience:The session is aimed at those who are already practising in this area, and will assume working knowledge of the structure of Appendix FM within the immigration rules.
Main area:Immigration;Family Immigration
Aim of course:To provide an overview of the financial requirements for partner-based applications (5 year track) for entry clearance and leave to remain made under Appendices FM and FMSE, and to explore in detail aspects of those rules.
Topics:The requirements for partners and other family members under Appendix FM and Appendix FM-SE, including: Calculating level of income/savings required; permitted sources of income; specified evidence; methods of calculating salaried employment, self-employment, non-employment income and cash savings; combining sources of income; adequate maintenance test;  new rules on “other sources of income, financial support or funds in exceptional circumstances”; case studies.
Tutor details:Nath Gbikpi, Wesley Gryk Solicitors, Adam Cotterill, Pennington Manches
Tutor biographies:

Nath is a solicitor at Wesley Gryk Solicitor. Her practice covers a wide range of immigration, asylum and nationality law, with particular emphasis on applications based on partnership, family and private life; asylum on the basis of sexual identity; and the rights of Europeans and their family members. She volunteers for Queen Mary Legal Advice Centre and UKLGIG; writes regularly for Free Movement; and is a JCWI trustee.

Adam Cotterill, Pennington Manches

PriceConcessionary Training Prices: £60
Member Training Prices: £120
Non Member Training Prices: £240

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