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(FULLY BOOKED) DT 1846 Nationality law is fun

The session is aimed at practitioners who want to develop their understanding of British nationality law and who are interested in more than making applications for citizenship. It complements the ILPA courses on naturalisation and registration of children.  It covers automatic acquisition of British citizenship by birth or descent, tracing family status and old Commonwealth cases on and after independence, other forms of British nationality (e.g. British Overseas citizens), and dual nationality issues in practice. It also looks at the swing to correct historical injustices based on sex discrimination, illegitimacy and birth in the British overseas territories.

It considers the nationality legislation of 1914 and 1948 before turning to the development of the British Nationality Act 1981 and its revisions down to the present day.  Understand the implications of status tracing for your client and emerge a better-informed and wiser immigration, asylum and nationality lawyer.

Event details

Date(s):17 October 2019
Start Time:16.00
End Time:19.15
Location:London
Level:Intermediate;Advanced
Audience:Practitioners who want to develop their understanding of nationality law and who are interested in more than making applications for citizenship. It complements the ILPA courses on naturalisation and registration of children.
Main area:Nationality
Aim of course: 
To provide training on parts of nationality law that clients seek advice and assistance upon so that practitioners can provide a full service on all aspects of British nationality law.
 
Tutor details:Adrian Berry, Garden Court Chambers
Tutor biographies:

Adrian Berry is a barrister at Garden Court Chambers. He has an extensive practice in British nationality law, both in historic Commonwealth-based claims and in contemporary issues concerning the automatic acquisition of citizenship, naturalisation and registration, as well as deprivation and loss of British nationality.

He advises on claims to be a British citizen, British Overseas citizen (BOC), British overseas territories citizen (BOTC), British National (Overseas) (BN(O)), British subject (BS), or British Protected Person (BPP).

PriceNon Member Training Prices: £240
Concessionary Training Prices: £60
Member Training Prices: £120

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