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July 2019

DT 1857 Innovator & Start-up – the new rules explained Plus Tier 1 (Entrepreneur) & (Investor) update

Thursday 04 Jul 2019, 16:00, London
Tutors: Sophie Barrett-Brown, Senior Partner and Head of UK practice, Laura Devine Solicitors and Philip Barth, Partner, Irwin Mitchell Solicitors

On 29 March 2019 new Rules came in to force, introducing the new Start up and Innovator categories, to replace the Tier 1 (Graduate Entrepreneur) and Tier 1 (Entrepreneur) categories.  
Changes have also been made to Tier 1 (Entrepreneur) extension/ILR requirements and to the Tier 1 (Investor) requirements. 

This course aims to provide delegates with a comprehensive understanding of the requirements of the new Start-Up & Innovator categories, including an awareness of the potential advantages/disadvantages compared with predecessor categories. 

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DT 1815 Children's Citizenship Rights - Training for Legal Practitioners

Tuesday 09 Jul 2019, 10:00, London
Tutors: Solange Valdez-Symonds, Project for the Registration of Children as British Citizens (PRCBC). Steve Valdez-Symonds, Amnesty International. Ronan Toal, Garden Court Chambers. Amanda Weston QC, Garden Court Chambers.

This training will provide legal practitioners with a detailed understanding of the law and policy concerning children's rights to British citizenship and key barriers to children exercising these rights.

Training Prices: 

ILPA Members (category A, R & P): Free
ILPA Members (all other categories): £120
Non-members: £240

To book a place on this course please email Amira Rady on [email protected]

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DT 1823 Asylum, Trafficking & Modern Slavery (MANCHESTER)

Thursday 11 Jul 2019, 10:00, Manchester
Tutors: Lucy Mair, Garden Court North Chambers 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 1825 Challenging Immigration Detention: a comprehensive toolkit

Tuesday 16 Jul 2019, 10:00, London
Tutors: Jennine Walker, Wilson Solcitors LLP, Graham Denholm, Landmark Chambers, Helen Maclntyre, Wilson Solicitors LLP

This course will provide an overview of the law and practice relating to unlawful immigration detention, including statutory provisions, Home Office policies (including Adults at Risk and those relating to Unaccompanied Asylum Seeking Children), the Hardial Singh principles, and relevant case law.
The course will have a focus on practice, enabling participants to confidently identity when detention is, was or might be unlawful, and how best to challenge it, either through bail applications or judicial review proceedings.
The course will include consideration of the provisions in Schedule 10 of the Immigration Act 2016 relating to bail accommodation and how these interact in practice with securing a client’s release.

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DT 1841 EU Settlement Scheme (GLASGOW)

Wednesday 17 Jul 2019, 16:00, Glasgow
Tutors: Grace McGill and Ian Halliday, McGill & Co Solicitors

ILPA are excited to announce a brand new training programme on the EU Settlement Scheme developed in collaboration with the ILPA European working Group. This programme comprises of fourtneen training sessions delivered in seven regions across the UK between June 2019 - December 2019. The programme will be delivered in two parts with the introduction course being delivered June 2019 - September 2019, and the advanced course being delivered November 2019 - December 2019. 

This course is a practical session designed to help a caseworker become a pro at using the EU Settlement Scheme. The training will take you through the life cycle of a case using the Android app and will provide you with a detailed overview of the new system and how to effectively navigate it to assist your clients.  The materials will cover the law, documents required, red flags and how non EU national family members also apply under the Scheme. There will also be a specific focus on issues impacting those with vulnerabilities who are looking to make applications under the Scheme.

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DT 1845 Naturalisation as British citizens

Wednesday 24 Jul 2019, 14.00, London
Tutors: Adrian Berry, Garden Court Chambers

This course will enable practitioners to advise and assist foreign nationals on all aspects of securing naturalisation as a British citizen for adults, as well as registration for their families/children.

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DT 1811 Significant Others: What's Love Got To Do (got to do) With It?

Tuesday 30 Jul 2019, 10:00, London
Tutors: Barry O’Leary, Wesley Gryk Solicitors LLP, Tim Barnden, Bates Wells Braithwaite

Our popular Significant Others session is back: covering all aspects of applications for spouses, civil, unmarried and same sex partners.

'The best course I have ever attended, brilliant' , 'outstanding' , "informative, lively and important” says the feedback. 

Tim Barnden and Barry O'Leary are described as 'particularly helpful tutors', with one participant commenting "I would be happy to attend any sessions conducted by Tim and Barry". 


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