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August 2019

DT 1831 Article 8 ECHR Update (MANCHESTER)

Thursday 01 Aug 2019, 16:00, Manchester
Tutors: Vijay Jagadesham and Natalie Wilkins of Garden Court North Chambers

Reviewing Article 8 ECHR protection, in conjunction with recent authorities and policy/statutory changes, in order to equip practitioners for their cases relying on family and private life.

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DT 1848 EU Settlement Scheme (SHEFFIELD)

Tuesday 06 Aug 2019, 16:00, Sheffield
Tutors: Laurence Keir-Thomas, Senior Associate, Fragomen LLP and Nichola Carter, Founder and Head of Immigration, Carter Thomas 

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 1824 Entitlement to NHS Health Care and Charging: Representing Migrant Clients in the Hostile Environment

Wednesday 07 Aug 2019, 16:00, London
Tutors: Kamla Adiseshiah, Southwark Law Centre, Christine Benson, Maternity Action and Shu Shin Luh, Garden Court Chambers

This is an emerging area of casework and legal challenge.  Migrants face charges of thousands of pounds for essential treatment and the Home Office has a discretion to refuse immigration applications if an applicant has an NHS debt of £500, outstanding for 2 months.  Immigration practitioners and other frontline support and advice workers can help people challenge decisions on charging status, negotiate repayment plans, request waivers and make complaints to the Parliamentary and Health Service Ombudsman and the Information Commissioner.  Solicitors and barristers can challenge charging by way of Judicial Review.
 
 

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DT 1840 EU Settlement Scheme (BRISTOL)

Thursday 08 Aug 2019, 16:00, Bristol
Tutors: Luke Piper, South West Law and the3million Chris Desira, Seraphus Solicitors and Author for Free Movement

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 1861 EU Settlement Scheme (London)

Wednesday 14 Aug 2019, 16:00, London
Tutors: Emma Kendrick, Manager, Fragomen and Abigail Evans, Solicitor, Bindmans LLP

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 1838 EU Settlement Scheme (NEWCASTLE)

Thursday 15 Aug 2019, 16:00, Newcastle
Tutors: Bryony Rest, David Gray Solicitors and Emma Brooksbank, Freeths LLP

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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