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(FULLY BOOKED) WEB 1182 Advising Ukrainian nationals: law and practice (FREE Members’ Webinar)

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BOOKING HAS NOW CLOSED. A recording of the webinar will be available for ILPA members.

This session will bring practitioners up to speed on options for Ukrainian nationals and their family members with in-country and out-of-country applications.

The workshop will cover:
–    The Homes for Ukraine Scheme
–    Ukraine Family Scheme
–    The Ukraine Extension scheme
–    Unaccompanied minor children
–    Asylum
–    Concessions for those with seasonal worker visas
–    Other routes to enter or remain in the UK, including outside the Rules applications

Aim of the course:

To provide a comprehensive guide to the immigration and asylum options open to Ukrainians and their family members in and out of the UK.


We are aware of a number of Ukrainians with potential entitlements under the Withdrawal Agreement and the EU Settlement Scheme on account of their relationships with relevant EEA nationals. This course will not cover Appendix EU, the Withdrawal Agreement, or the EU Settlement Scheme.


June 17
10:00 am - 1:00 pm
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Tutor biographies:

John Vassiliou is an immigration and nationality solicitor experienced in advising individuals and businesses. The majority of his current work is non-litigious, however he has experience representing clients at the immigration tribunals, the Court of Session, the UK Supreme Court and the European Court of Human Rights. In February 2022 he co-founded the Ukraine Advice Project to provide pro bono immigration advice to those affected by the invasion of Ukraine.

Miranda Butler is a barrister specialising in immigration, community care and public law and has particular expertise in claims relating to unlawful detention, prisoners’ rights, trafficking, and asylum support. She practices at Landmark Chambers and co-founded the Ukraine Advice Project in February 2022.

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The session is aimed at barristers, solicitors and those with OISC/IAAS accreditation who advise Ukrainians and their family members
Webinar with case studies/group discussions