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DT 1492 Indefinite leave to remain - all you need to know (FULL)

Everything you need to know about applying for indefinite leave to remain including family applications (covering the 9 July 2012 changes and the transitional provisions), work routes and long residence.  The course will also cover the Life in the UK test / English language requirement, criminality, the calculation of the period leading to settlement, the definition of continuous residence and the use of discretion.  Time permitting, we shall also touch on indefinite leave for refugees and those with humanitarian protection and discretionary leave.

Meghan and Emma's training for ILPA has been described as "excellent" with delegates valuing the "useful sharing of experiences".

Event details

Date(s):27 November 2013
Start Time:16.00
End Time:19.15
Location:London
Level:Intermediate;Advanced
Audience:The session is aimed at practitioners with prior knowledge and experience of Indefinite Leave to Remain applications who are looking to refine their knowledge of this area of practice or expand knowledge of areas which they do not routinely work in.
Aim of course:

The aim of the course is to provide practitioners with a clear overview of the current measures, policy guidance and any concessions in place to enable them to fully advise and prepare clients who are applying or considering applying for Indefinite Leave to Remain in the UK.

Topics:

Everything you need to know about applying for indefinite leave to remain including family applications (covering the 9 July 2012 changes and the transitional provisions), work routes and long residence.  The course will also cover the Life in the UK test / English language requirement, criminality, the calculation of the period leading to settlement, the definition of continuous residence and the use of discretion.  Time permitting, we shall also touch on indefinite leave for refugees and those with humanitarian protection and discretionary leave.

Tutor details:Emma Cohen, Bindmans LLP and Meghan Vozila, Sturtivant and Co
Tutor biographies:Emma Cohen, BIndmans LLP
Meghan Vozila, Sturtivant and Co
PriceConcessionary Training Prices: £60
Member Training Prices: £120
Non Member Training Prices: £240

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