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The Government’s Nationality and Borders Bill enters the next pivotal phase of parliamentary scrutiny, on 27 January 2022, during Committee Stage in the House of Lords. Only five days have been allotted at present to discuss the Bill despite many peers speaking in opposition at its Second Reading on 5 January 2022. ILPA has serious […]
The Nationality and Borders Bill will be considered during Committee Stage in the House of Lords beginning on Thursday 27 January 2022. For an overview of key ILPA concerns, read our statement: The Rule of Law and Access to Justice in the Nationality and Borders Bill. Below you will find a number of ILPA briefings. […]
WEB 1147 Section 3C, Validation, Variation and Withdrawal of Applications (BITESIZE Webinar)
ILPA Economic Migration Working Group 26-01-2022
The ILPA Economic Migration working group will be hosted on Zoom. Please register in advance of the meeting here. After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting. You can use Zoom on your PC, tablet and mobile phone. If choosing to access the meeting via your mobile device, please […]
WEB 1142 Update on complex legal and practical issues arising from the EU Settlement Scheme (WEBINAR)
Settlement Scheme (WEBINAR)
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