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March 2020

DT 1877 Introduction to Tier 2 – Everything you need to know

Wednesday 11 Mar 2020, 16:00, London
Tutors: Speakers: Chetal Patel, Bates Wells, Sam Ingham, Laura Devine Immigration and Francesca Sciberras, Laura Devine Immigration.

Practitioners, HR specialists and paralegals will receive an indepth look at the Tier 2 (General) and (Intra-Company Transfer) subcategories of the Points Based System, with a breif overview of the Sportsperson and Ministers of Religion subcategories. This will include training upon the new changes, ensuring companies are compliance ready from an immigration standpoint as well as providing practical and strategic advice on submitting applications.

'this is probably one of the best ILPA training's'

'the speakers were all excellent - very thorough, clear and approachable, and answered questions very well'

Feedback from attendees of the September 2019 training

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DT 1869 Challenging Immigration Detention: a comprehensive toolkit (Sheffield)

Tuesday 24 Mar 2020, 10:00, Sheffield
Tutors: Jennine Walker, Wilson Solcitors LLP, Graham Denholm, Landmark Chambers, Helen Maclntyre, Wilson Solicitors LLP

"great coverage of a very complex area in a short period of time"

"I thought this was a very useful and practical coverage of a complicated subject"

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 1881 Appendix FM: Best Practice (Bristol) - UKVI Training

Thursday 26 Mar 2020, 14:00, Bristol
Tutors: Philip Wall and Emily Weston of UKVI. Chaired by Natasha Gya Williams of Gya Williams Immigration, Luke Piper and Marie-Christine Allaire-Rousse

A best practice guide cover the customer journey for applications made under the FLR(M), SET(M) and Settlement Entry Clearance routes, with a focus on the requirements for supporting documentation submitted alongside applications. 

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DT 1880 Running a Deport Case

Tuesday 31 Mar 2020, 16:00, London
Tutors: Nick Nason, Principal and Founder of Edgewater Legal and David Sellwood, Barrister at Garden Court Chambers

A course for practitioners representing individuals facing criminal deportation, with a particular focus on evidence collection, and the current state of Article 8 case law. 

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