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May 2020

DT 1891 Nationality Law Conference

Wednesday 06 May 2020, 10:00, London
Tutors: Chair: Adrian Berry, Garden Court Chambers and Chair of the ILPA Committee of Trustees. Keynote Speaker: Laurie Fransman QC, Garden Court Chambers. Speakers: Amanda Weston QC, Garden Court Chambers and Anjana Daniel, Fragomen, Diana Baxter, Wesley Gryk Solicitors and Alison Harvey, No.5 Barristers' Chambers

ILPA's inaugural Nationality Law Conference is essential for all immigration practitioners working in Nationality Law. The day includes:

  • a survey of the current controversies and issues by the leading authority in the field, Laurie Fransman QC 
  • a breakdown of the issues about registering children 
  • the continuing fallout from the Windrush scandal
  • how to run a trial if you are already British and the Home Office do not accept it
  • current issues arising from the good character test for naturalisation 
  • the provision for protecting a Stateless Persons
This is a 1-day conference of its kind and features leading lawyers in the field. Attendance is a must!

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DT 1830 Tier 4

Monday 11 May 2020, 15:00, London
Tutors: Glyn Lloyd and Abbie Lacey of Newfields Law and Sarah Rimmington uf UKCISA

Navigating the Tier 4 visa routes can present a number of challenges to those practitioners who are either unfamiliar with the UK education system or who have relatively few clients applying under this part of the immigration rules. This training provides an overview of the Tier 4 route, taking into account both express and nuanced requirements that are placed on both the visa applicant and the Tier 4 sponsor. This session, delivered jointly by UKCISA and by former international student immigration advisers at a large Russell Group university, will seek to demystify the more complex aspects of the Tier 4 general policy. This course will provide practical examples to assist practitioners in having a better understanding of the study immigration routes and to support in their delivery of comprehensive, holistic advice to clients.

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