LAW2021 Online: Immigration (Autumn)

Webinar Details

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Priya Solanki and Adam Pipe

CPD Hours: 6


Providing 6 hours CPD, LAW2021 Online: Immigration (Autumn) will equip practitioners with the latest developments in fast-moving areas of Immigration, Asylum and Human Rights law in order to argue Article 8 cases, and give practitioners the key paragraphs to cite in their representations, advise clients and run appeals. All without leaving your desk and at a time to suit you.

This event is now available a recording and includes:

  • High quality 4 x 1 hour pre-recorded videos and audio broadcast (topic titles are listed below)
  • Q&A – watch the 1 hour recording of the “Shape The Debate” Q&A session with the speakers. This is your opportunity to hear our experts answering attendee questions on both the pre-recorded content and general day to day Immigration Law issues
  • LAW2021 Online: Immigration Exhibition – claim an additional hour of CPD, via a choice of webinar from our Webinar Learning Library worth £35+VAT

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Education sessions include:-

1. Making Successful Dependent Applications

Presented by Priya Solanki

We will cover the following in this session,

  • A brief look a the requirements in Appendix FM
  • A detailed look at the test of age, illness, disability requiring long term personal care to perform everyday tasks under E-ECDR 2.4
  • Analysis of the test of inability to obtain the required level of care in the home country under E-ECDR 2.5
  • The specified evidence requirements
  • A detailed look at UKVI Policy Guidance and how this can best be used to assist applications under EC-DR
  • The current authorities, how these have explained this test further, with examples of the circumstances the courts and Tribunals have found unconvincing
  • A discussion on useful evidence and arguments to advance in applications and appeals

2. Challenging Delay in Immigration & Asylum Cases

Presented by Priya Solanki

The webinar is suitable for lawyers working in immigration and is useful at all levels.

In this session we will cover the following,

  • Statistics in respect of delay
  • When to bring in challenges and when not to - tactically
  • Basic Principles in challenging - looking at asylum claims, unaccompanied asylum seeking children, immigration cases
  • Practicalities of challenging - correspondence, evidence, letters before action, issues in respect of judicial review claims
  • Substantive arguments in a judicial review claim
  • Damages and the compensation scheme

3. Deprivation of Citizenship

Presented by Adam Pipe

Over recent months practitioners have seen an increase in the Hone Office making deprivation of citizenship decisions leading to an increase in deprivation appeal before the Tribunal.

In this session Adam will look at: The statutory basis for deprivation decisions:

  • The Home Office policy on deprivation of citizenship
  • What to address in representations when the Home Office are considering deprivation
  • The nature of deprivation appeals
  • Case law developments including the impact of the Supreme Court's decision in Shamima Begum
  • The question of discretion
  • The relevance of article 8 and the nest interests of children

4. Immigration, Asylum and Human Rights Update

Presented by Adam Pipe

In this webinar Adam looks at the key developments of the last 12 months in this fast moving area of law. Adam will focus on the significant case law of recent months which practitioners need to be award of and can use when drafting their representations. Appeal Skeleton Arguments and Grounds of Appeal. Adam will also briefly look at some of the challenges to the Immigration rules and the opening of new immigration routes.

This session will include:

  • Article 8 developments
  • Asylum and Country Guidance
  • Deportation
  • PBS Challenges
  • New Matters
  • Entry Clearance
  • Practice and Procedure
  • Adult Dependent Relatives
  • Qualifying Children and Reasonableness

And much more

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We have trialled the format at previous online conferences, and we are overwhelmed with the feedback we have received from making our face-to-face events possible online. Comments we have received so far include:

"The whole experience was valuable, and communication has been really first class" - General Advisor

"I wanted to say how much I valued receiving and sharing the Online webinar. I felt it was very helpful and very interesting for you to allow all legal practitioners to participate. Thank you for all the extra information and resources, I look forward to the next." - Solicitor in practice

"The world of law is in constant flux and the speakers update on recent developments will be extremely helpful going forward (as they ever are!)" - Solicitor/Director

"I have never attended a similar event but I definitely would again" - Partner

"A good way to access training at a time to suit you, the online course is as effective as attending in person." - Associate Solicitor

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Visit the online exhibition

Our event sponsor line up includes leading suppliers to the profession who provide thought leadership, products and services to aid your day-to-day role.

The LAW2021 Online: Immigration online exhibition is free to attend for anyone, but as part of your online event package you can top up your CPD with a free 1-hour CPD webinar from our Webinar Learning Catalogue worth £35 +VAT.

The Online Exhibition will allow you to engage with suppliers by understanding how they can help you as an Immigration practitioner.