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DT 1767 Criminality and the Immigration Rules

Delegates will obtain an understanding of the impact criminality has on applications for entry clearance and leave to remain (including settlement).  The course will cover consideration of the various different grounds for refusal set out in the general grounds and in Appendix FM and give delegates a knowledge of the impact of different criminal sanctions on immigration applications and how to address the issue in casework. 

Event details

Date(s):16 July 2018
Start Time:16.00
End Time:19.15
Location:London
Level:Intermediate
Audience:The session is designed for those working in immigration law with at least some experience of the area.
Main area:Immigration
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Aim of course:Delegates will obtain an understanding of the impact criminality has on applications for entry clearance and leave to remain (including settlement).  The course will cover consideration of the various different grounds for refusal set out in the general grounds and in Appendix FM and give delegates a knowledge of the impact of different criminal sanctions on immigration applications and how to address the issue in casework. 
Topics:
  • The general grounds for refusal relating to criminality
  • Definitions of offences
  • Relevant case law
  • Case studies and discussion to explore tactics for addressing the issues in casework and to discuss the use of discretion