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6 hour CPD webinar on Zoom “Live Immigration Law Update Webinar (Spring 2024)” on 27th Feb 2024

27th Feb 2024 – £69.00 – From:09.30 To:16.30 on Zoom

Topics covered include,

  • Reflections on ‘Reform
    Richard McKee (Retired judge of the Upper Tribunal) –
    A quizzical look at some of the issues thrown up since the Tribunal went digital
  • The future of the asylum process, Rwanda and the recent Supreme Court Ruling
    Julian Norman (Barrister, Goldsmith Chambers) –

    What next for the future of asylum? Following the recent decision in the Supreme Court and the bumpy progress of the Rwanda Bill, this talk will look at what the future holds for asylum claims and offers a top ten practical points for practitioners.

  • A look at available Work and Business Categories
    Sarah Pinder (Barrister, Goldsmith Chambers) –
    Delving into the popular route for health professionals under the Health and Care Visa. As well as exploring what has changed for skilled workers and their dependants with an overview on other business routes
  • The illegal migration bill- what does it really mean?
    Nishan Paramjorthy (Barrister, Paramount Chambers)
  • Immigration Law Update Spring 2024
    Richard McKee (Retired judge of the Upper Tribunal) –
    A guided tour through a variety of topics, including –
    • future costs orders for representatives at the Tribunal;
    • paying off the “Afzal debt” in Long Residence applications;
    • some highlights from the latest Statement of Changes (HC 246), starting on 7th December 2023;
    • civil penalties when overseas students work more than 20 hours per week – can liability be avoided?
  • Article 8 conundrums for those excluded from the EUSS & new Minimum Income Rule announcements
    Samina Iqbal (Barrister, Goldsmith Chambers) –
    Looking at how the law has developed for those who have not been able to qualify under theEUSS such as, Celik durable partners and EFM’s who don’t have a residence card under the EEA Regulations and exploring the remit of Article 8 routes in the alternative. Recent announcements in relation family categories of the Immigration Rules will also be considered and what we may need to prepare ourselves for under Article 8 ECHR
  • “Panel Discussion” – A session answering your questions

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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 27th Feb 2024
  • Time: 09:30 – 16:30
  • Course fee: 6 hour webinar £69.00 (No VAT)
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