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WEBINAR” on 15 February 2022 £69.00





Topics covered include:

• EUSS Update  
Samina Iqbal (Barrister, GoldsmithChambers)
Samina will take you through the latest developments of the EUSS and how the Tribunals have been dealing with difficulties that arise from the Repealed & Retained EU Immigration Law as well as the interpretation of the Withdrawal agreement. She will also cover practical tips in advising on and preparing these applications and appeals.

• A Miscellany of Mistakes

Richard McKee (Retired judge of the Upper Tribunal)

 Some pitfalls and pratfalls in the preparation and execution of appeals

• Long Residence with a sprinkle of ETS/TOEIC Update

Sarah Pinder (Barrister, Goldsmith Chambers)

  Recent case-law has made continuous lawful residence a difficult area on which to advise, especially when there are periods of s.3C leave and applications made within the 14 days “grace period”. Sarah will bring us up to date on this growing body of guidance and time-permitting, will also consider important principles and practice tips in ETS/TOEIC cases, as many of those are wrapped up in long residence now.

The UK’s New Immigration Rules Changes 2022 Overview
Nishan Paramjorthy (Head of Paramount Chambers)

The home office has created a new plan called a new plan for immigration,  a document that addresses those who want to apply for asylum and those who have entered the UK illegally. This talk will overview the consequences for those who enter illegally and whether those fleeing innocent citizens around the world.

• Immigration Law Update Spring 2022.

Richard McKee (Retired judge of the Upper Tribunal)

 a guided tour around some recent cases and other developments.

• Domestic Violence Applications and Challenges

Jamila Hassan(Barrister, GoldsmithChambers)

 As an immigration and family law practitioner, Jamila is best placed to take us through the latest practice concerning domestic violence applications and how best to prepare these. She will also cover the latest guidance on whether these applications attract a statutory right of appeal and if not, how best to deal with such challenges.

• A Closer Look at Statelessness in the New Nationality and Immigration Bill

Joseph Byrne(Barrister, Goldsmith Chambers)

Joseph will take you through the proposals relating to statelessness as they make their way through the House of Lords as part of the new Nationality and Immigration Bill. Joseph will also cover an overview of the relevant caselaw as it applies to nationality applications based on statelessness, with a particular emphasis on children registration applications.

• Panel discussion-
A session answering your questions


  This webinar also covers 6 hours under the SRA Continuing
Competence Scheme
  Course materials and
Certificate of attendance will be provided


Event Details:
Venue:   Zoom
Date:   Tuesday 15th February 2022
Time:   09:30 – 16:30
Course fee:   £69.00 (No VAT)

Richard McKee (Retired Judge of the Upper Tribunal)
Samina Iqbal (Goldsmith Chambers)
Sarah Pinder (Barrister, Goldsmith Chambers)
Nishan Paramjorthy (Barrister, Paramount

Jamila Hassan (Barrister, Goldsmith

Joseph Byrne (Barrister, Goldsmith
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