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(FULLY BOOKED) DT 1871 Appendix FM: Best Practice (London) - UKVI Training

A best practice guide cover the customer journey for applications made under the FLR(M), SET(M) and Settlement Entry Clearance routes, with a focus on the requirements for supporting documentation submitted alongside applications. 

Event details

Date(s):10 December 2019
Start Time:14:00
End Time:17:15
Location:London
Level:Basic
Audience:This course is designed for practitioners new to, or for those who would like a refresher, on making SET(M), FLR(M) and EC Settlement applications.
Main area:Immigration;Family Immigration
Main area other:This best practice session is taking place in:

London, 10 December 2019

Manchester, 18 February 2020

Bristol, 26 March 2020
Aim of course:To demonstrate best practice customer journey with a focus on providing correct and relevant supporting documentation for applications made under any of the following routes:
  1. In-Country Further Leave to Remain (Marriage)
  2. Entry Clearance (Settlement)
  3. Indefinite Leave to Remain (Settlement)
The course will also seek to provide information relating to FAQ commonly received by customers and representatives during the casework process. 
Topics:
  • Customer Journey for FLR(M), SET(M) and EC Settlement 
  • Focus on supporting documentation and common errors
  • Supplementary information on service standards, contact information for enquiries and priority/super priority visas
Tutor details:Philip Wall and Emily Weston of UKVI. Chaired by Katie Dilger of Bates Wells and Barry O'Leary, Wesley Gryk Solicitors.
Tutor biographies:Philip Wall is an Entry Clearance Manager and business lead for Training within the Marriage and Family Casework department of UKVI. 

Emily Weston is a highly experienced Team Leader for SET(M) Casework. 
Additional information:M&F will respond to questions submitted in advance of the course, and tailor the presentation to ensure all queries are addressed as part of the package. Live questions will be taken from the floor on process and operational matters. No questions will be answered relating to case specific and/or policy issues.
PriceConcessionary Training Prices: £60
Non Member Training Prices: £240
Member Training Prices: £120

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