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DT 1852 Update on the EU Settlement Scheme - Part 2 (Advanced) (Bristol)

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The Course will cover key legal provisions for EEA/Swiss nations in the UK by the specified date (the end of EEA free movement in the UK), their family members and employers, including problematic areas of the EU Settlement Scheme and common pitfalls.

Event details

Date(s):28 November 2019
Start Time:16:00
End Time:19:15
Location:Bristol
Level:Intermediate;Advanced
Audience:This course is for practitioners with some prior experience of EU law and the EU Settlement Scheme
Main area:Immigration;European
Main area other:This course is Part 2 of our EU Settlement Scheme training and is comprised of eight sessions delivered in 8 regions across the UK:

DT 1860 Update on the EU Settlement Scheme (London)
Wednesday 13 November 2019, 16:00-19:15, 3 CPD Hours
Leonie Hirst, Hirst Chambers and Eva Doerr

DT 1851 Update on the EU Settlement Scheme (Leeds)
Thursday 21 November 2019, 16:00-19:15, 3 CPD Hours
Emma Brooksbank, Freeths LLP and Roxanne Frantzis, KWB Chambers

DT 1853 Update on the EU Settlement Scheme (Manchester)
Tuesday 26 November 2019, 10:00-13:15, 3 CPD Hours
Lucy Mair, Garden Court North Chambers and Rachel Harvey, Shoosmiths LLP

DT 1854 Update on the EU Settlement Scheme (Birmingham)
Wednesday 27 November 2019, 15:00-18:15, 3 CPD Hours
Tom Brett-Young, Veale Sasbrough Vizards and Adam Pipe, No. 8 Chambers 

DT 1852 Update on the EU Settlement Scheme  (Bristol)
Thursday 28 November 2019, 16:00-19:15, 3 CPD Hours
Luke Piper, South West Law and the3million and Glen Hodgetts, The Chambers of Glen Hodgetts

DT 1849 Update on the EU Settlement Scheme (Sheffield)
Wednesday 04 December 2019, 16:00-19:15, 3 CPD Hours
Laurence Kier-Thomas, Fragomen

DT 1850 Update on the EU Settlement Scheme (Glasgow)
Thursday 05 December 2019, 16:00-19:15, 3 CPD Hours
Grace McGill and Iain Halliday, McGill and Co. Solicitors 

DT 1873 Update on the EU Settlement Scheme (Belfast)
Friday 06 December 2019, 10:00-13:15, 3 CPD Hours
Leonie Hirst, Hirst Chambers and Eva Doerr
Aim of course:The aim is to provide practitioners with the tools to advise clients on their immigration status and options in light of Brexit and the practicalities of applying for immigration permission under the EU Settlement Scheme. 

The focus will lie on highlighting problematic uncertain areas and common pitfalls. 
Topics:
  • Mechanics and interplay of relevant legal instruments (Directive 2004/38/EC,Immigration (European Economic Area) Regulations 2016, Draft Withdrawal Agreement, Appendix EU of the Immigration Rules, Appendix EU (Family Permit), Appendix AR(EU))
  • Eligibility and valid application requirements
  • Suitability and deportation
  • Derivative rights
  • Application process
  • Rights, restrictions and conditions of leave
  • Challenging a decision
  • British citizenship (including Lounes)
  • Right to work checks and the 'hostile environment'
Tutor details:Luke Piper, South West Law and the3million and Glen Hodgetts, The Chambers of Glen Hodgetts
Tutor biographies:

 
Additional information:This course will not cover benefit entitlements under the EU Settlement Scheme.
PriceMember Training Prices: £120
Non Member Training Prices: £240
Concessionary Training Prices: £60

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