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November 2018

DT 1781 Nationality Law

Monday 05 Nov 2018, 10.00, London
Tutors: Adrian Berry, Garden Court Chambers and Diana Baxter, Wesley Gryk Solicitors

The session is aimed at practitioners who want to develop their understanding of nationality law and who are interested in more than making applications for citizenship. It complements the ILPA courses on naturalisation and registration.  Start in 1607 and consider that nationality legislation of 1914 and 1948 before turning to the development of the British Nationality Act 1981 to the present day: the Citizenship (Armed Forces) Bill currently before parliament.  Understand the implications of status tracing for your client and emerge a better-informed and wiser immigration, asylum and nationality lawyer.


 

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DT 1779 Surrogacy: immigration, nationality and family law issues

Tuesday 06 Nov 2018, 15.00, London
Tutors: Kathryn Cronin, Garden Court Chambers Barry O'Leary, Wesley Gryk Solicitors Naomi Angell, Osbornes Solicitors

In a case-based seminar, we will look at immigration, nationality and related family law problems arising out of the developing law in this area. These include obtaining passports and travel documents for the children; private international conflicts of law; questions of domicile and the appropriate family jurisdiction; obtaining family orders in the UK and getting permission to bring surrogate children into or to remove them permanently from the UK.
 

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DT 1785 Current issues in securing protection for victims of trafficking

Tuesday 20 Nov 2018, 16.00, London
Tutors: Zofia Duszynska, Duncan Lewis Solicitors and Catherine Robinson, 1 Pump Court Chambers

This session will provide an update on  issues in representing  victims of trafficking and modern slavery,  in their immigration matters. It will cover the indenitifcation process, asylum and the NRM and legal challenges and touch on the crossover with criminal law, employment and public law.

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