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(FULLY BOOKED) DT 1889 The EU Settlement Scheme & Children

There are more than 900,000 children of non-Irish EU citizen parents living in the UK, born either here or abroad. This included an estimated 239,000 UK-born children, some of whom may be British and others eligible to become British. 

This course will cover the best practice in advising on children's nationality and applying to the EU Settlement Scheme, as well as addressing the particular practice issues specific to children. This includes working with children in families and children born to parents at different stages of the process. It includes in particular supporting redocumenting and evidencing a child's residence. We will cover how to approach suitability issues for children and young people. Attendees will also gain an understanding of the issues facing children who are third-country family members. The course will cover Zambrano carers in brief; a separate course will focus on derivative rights more fully. 

Event details

Date(s):20 February 2020
Start Time:10:00
End Time:13:00
Location:London
Level:Intermediate
Audience:Advisers and solicitors supporting children, young people or families to make applications to the EU Settlement Scheme.
Main area:Immigration;Nationality;European;Family Immigration
Main area other:

A separate course on Derivative Rights of Residence will be delivered in conjunction with this course: 

DT 1885 Derivative Rights of Residence

Thursday 13 Feb 2020, 14:00, London
Tutors: Luke Piper, South West Law and the3million and Neena Acharya, Coram Children's Legal Centre

The EU Settlement Scheme allows those with derivative rights a route to remain and settle in the UK when the UK leaves the European Union. This course will explore the complex rights, and how they have been incorporated into the EU Settlement Scheme. 

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Aim of course:To give attendees an understanding of the particular issues facing children applying to the EU Settlement Scheme and how these can be addressed. 
Topics:To focus of the course will be on the practical steps involved in supporting a child to apply to the EU Settlement Scheme. 

Topics to be covered include: 
  • Is the child British or could they become British?
  • Children applying with their parent(s)
  • Children born before and post deadline
  • Children applying without their parents: looked after children and care leavers
  • Obtaining documents for children: how to get them and what to do if you can't
  • Evidencing a child's residence 
  • Children and suitability issues
  • Third-country national children's applications
  • Zambrano carers 
Tutor details:Nisa Tanin and Stewart MacLachlan, Coram Children's Legal Centre
Tutor biographies:Nisa Tanin is a solicitor at Coram Children's Legal Centre. Coram Children's Legal Centre was involved in the EUSS Private Beta 2 pilot and has since April 2019 been making applications to the EU Settlement Scheme for children, young people and families. 

Stewart MacLachlan is Senior Legal and Policy Officer for the Migrant Children's Project. He leads on the project's training and legal guidance, as well as contributing to the policy work of the project. He is co-authors of Seeking Support (fifth edition), a guide to working with separated children and young people. Stewart is a practising Scottish solicitor and was previously accredited as a level 2 supervisor under the Immigration and Asylum Accreditation Scheme in England. He has assisted a number of looked after children and care leavers with EUSS applications in the last year, as well as providing advice on nationality rights. 
PriceMember Training Prices: £120
Concessionary Training Prices: £60
Non Member Training Prices: £240

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