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“Live Immigration Law update Webinar (Summer 2023)” on “New Immigration Bill and the Changes to Asylum Law”  (on Zoom)

(The new Immigration Bill has introduced some of the most significant changes to Asylum and Immigration laws in recent times. Don’t miss your chance to attend Asten J’s comprehensive webinar which will cover all aspects of the new Bill.)

 11th July 2023 – £69.00 – From:09.30 To:16.30 on Zoom

Topics covered include,

  • Deprivation appeals – an update

    Samina Iqbal (Barrister, Goldsmith Chambers) –

    Given the ever-changing landscape of the law in deprivation cases, we will explore all the recent case law, making it easy to navigate this complex area from when you are first presented with such a decision. We will also take you through some practical examples showcasing some of the common themes in these appeal.

  • Migration Miscellany

    Richard McKee (Retired judge of the Upper Tribunal) – a round-up of some topical issues that may have been puzzling practitioners.

  • Nationality and Borders Act 2022 – what’s in force & what do we need to worry about

    Sarah Pinder (Barrister, Goldsmith Chambers) –

  • Criminal deportation appeals – a round-up

    Lawrence Youssefian (Barrister, Goldsmith Chambers) – TBC

    There is now a crossover between EU law and domestic provisions of deportation for some EU nationals who have retained rights and are facing deportation. We will simplify the process and applicable law ensuring you are fully equipped to deal with all issues that might arise.

  • Illegal Migration Bill – what are we looking at ?

    Julian Norman (Barrister, Goldsmith Chambers) –

    We will provide a summary of the key provisions of the Bill, as up to date as possible with current developments in Parliament. This will assist you to prepare for some of the major changes, which include new criminal offences for illegal entry, modern slavery reforms and some changes to the appeal system.

  • Visiting the UK

    Richard McKee (Retired judge of the Upper Tribunal) –

    By far the largest category of people requiring permission to enter the United Kingdom, visitors have been the subject of quite a number of rule changes in recent years, and can present practitioners with a variety of problems.

  • “Panel Discussion” – A session answering your questions

A recording of this webinar will be available for delegates free of charge on request

These webinars also covers 6 hours under the SRA Continuing Competence Scheme
Course materials and a Certificate of attendance will be provided

Event Details

  • Venue: Zoom
  • Date: Tuesday 11th July 2023
  • Time: 09:30 – 16:30
  • Course fee: 6 hour webinar £69.00 (No VAT)
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