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June 2019

DT 1813 Indefinite leave to remain - all you need to know

Thursday 06 Jun 2019, 16:00, London
Tutors: Emma Cohen, Bindmans LLP and Meghan Vozila, Ganguin Samartin

Everything you need to know about applying for indefinite leave to remain including family applications, 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".

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DT 1818 Asylum, Trafficking & Modern Slavery

Tuesday 18 Jun 2019, 10:00, London
Tutors: Julian Bild and Carita Thomas, Anti Trafficking and Labour Exploitation Unit (ATLEU)

This one-day course looks at the law, processes and skills involved in representing victims of trafficking in an immigration context. The morning session will cover the identification process, legal challenges and the range of immigration issues that might be engaged. The afternoon session will focus on the practical skills required in representing victims of trafficking who are seeking asylum. 

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DT 1814 The Past, Present and Future of Refugee Law: Refugee Week Seminar *SAVE THE DATE - more information coming soon

Thursday 20 Jun 2019, 17:30, London
Tutors: Chair: Maurice Wren, Chief Executive, Refugee Council Panel: S Chelvan, No. 5 Chambers

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DT 1810 Article 8 Applications

Tuesday 25 Jun 2019, 16:00, London
Tutors: David Chirico, 1 Pump Court Sonali Naik QC, Garden Court Chambers


“An absolutely essential course for anyone dealing with Article 8 issues.  Highly recommended” – Former Delegate

Is there still hope for Article 8 claims?
 
For the last four years we have watched the Home Office fight back against the gains made in protecting our clients’ right to respect for their private and family lives.

This course aims:
  1. to review the principles of Article 8 protection;
  2. to give an overview of the policies, Immigration Rules, and statutes which set out the Secretary of State’s understanding of Article 8;
  3. to give an up-to-date and detailed review of domestic and Strasbourg case-law relating to Article 8; and
  4. to consider strategies for protecting our clients’ Article 8 rights in the face of hostile courts, tribunals and politicians.
David Chirico and Sonali Naik are experts in this area and their regular Article 8 training sessions for ILPA always eagerly awaited.

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