Training

DT 1789 Update on Appendix EU

The course will cover key legal provisions for EU nationals in the UK by 31 December 2020, their family members and employers with a focus on Appendix EU of the Immigration Rules.
 

Event details

Date(s):06 December 2018
Start Time:16.00
End Time:19.15
Location:London
Level:Basic;Intermediate
Main area:Immigration;European
Main area other:EU Settlement Scheme
Aim of course:The course will cover key legal provisions for EU nationals in the UK by 31 December 2020, their family members and employers with a focus on Appendix EU of the Immigration Rules.
 
The aim is to provide practitioners with the tools to advise clients on their immigration status and options post Brexit and the practicalities of applying for immigration permission under the EU Settlement Scheme.
 
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)
  • Scope: who does/does not qualify under Appendix EU? Treaty rights and the Withdrawal Agreement (this includes a discussion about derivative right holders and Surinder Singh provisions)
  • Requirements (eligibility, suitability, valid application)
  • Application process
  • Rights, restrictions and conditions of leave
  • Challenging a decision
  • British citizenship
  • Right to work checks and the ‘hostile environment’
Tutor details:Eva Doerr, Laura Devine Solicitors Leonie Hirst, Hirst Chambers
Tutor biographies:Leonie Hirst
Leonie is a barrister and sole practitioner with significant experience advising and representing EEA nationals in both immigration and public law.

Eva Doerr, Senior Paralegal, Laura Devine Solicitors
Eva works as a Senior Paralegal in the Professional Support Lawyers (PSL) team at Laura Devine Solicitors. She manages a broad range of challenging legal queries focusing on European free movement law. Prior to joining the PSL team, Eva was a paralegal in the UK immigration team for two years. She assisted with a range of European law, immigration and naturalisation matters for both private and corporate clients.

Eva also works part-time as a Barristers’ Assistant and is due to start pupillage in October 2019.