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WEB 1013 Deportation of EEA nationals and their dependants

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There is scope to challenge the deportation of EEA nationals and their family members, but you need to get your evidence right. Many of these cases will go to be appeal and you may face attempts to deport your client before the appeal is heard.  This course will give you the tools you need to represent your EEA national clients and their family members threatened with deportation.

Topics:

  • In what circumstances can EEA nationals and family members be deported?
  • What are the tests for deportation and how do they different with length of residence
  • How do you go about evidencing length of residence
  • How do you go about addressing why the applicable test for deportation is not met
  • Rights and modalities of appeals

Participants’ particular interests within the scope of 3) 4) AND 5) above, notified two clear weeks before the course.

Details

Date:
May 26
Time:
3:00 pm - 6:15 pm
Event Tags:
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Tutor details:
Alison Harvey, No.5 Barristers' Chambers
Tutor biographies:

Alison Harvey is a barrister practising from No.5 Barristers' Chambers in London and Bristol. She acts frequently in deportation cases, with a particular interest in the deportation of  EEA nationals and family members, a topic on which she has previously trained for ILPA.

Price:
Concessionary Training Prices: £50
Member Training Prices: £100
Non Member Training Prices: £180
CPD Hours:
3
Venue:
Webinar
Aim of Course:

By the end of the course participants will understand the legal tests for deportation of EEA nationals and the effect of time spent in prison on the application of these thresholds, what evidence to gather and how to present it, and rights of appeal.
 

Spaces Left:
4
Level:
Intermediate
Audience:
Immigration practitioners who are familiar with the rights of EEA nationals and their family members during the transitional period and who want to understand how best to present deportation cases.
Methods:
Webinar with case studies/group discussions
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