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WEB 1017 Naturalisation as a British citizen (WEBINAR)

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This course will enable practitioners to advise and assist foreign nationals on all aspects of securing naturalisation as a British citizen for adults, as well as registration for their families/children.

​​​​​​Topics to be covered:

  • Criteria for naturalisation as a British citizen
  • Applying for naturalisation as a British citizen
  • Naturalisation issues: residence, absences, good character, and future intentions, etc.
  • Evidence issues
  • Form Filling
  • Administrative and Legal remedies in the event of a refusal

Details

Date:
7th July 2020
Time:
2:00 pm - 7:15 pm
Event Tags:
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Tutor details:
Adrian Berry, Garden Court Chambers
Tutor biographies:

Adrian Berry is a barrister at Garden Court Chambers. He has an extensive practice in British nationality law, both in historic Commonwealth-based claims and in contemporary issues concerning the automatic acquisition of citizenship, naturalisation and registration, as well as deprivation and loss of British nationality.

He advises on claims to be a British citizen, British Overseas citizen (BOC), British overseas territories citizen (BOTC), British National (Overseas) (BN(O)), British subject (BS), or British Protected Person (BPP).

Price:
Concessionary Training Prices: £90
Member Training Prices: £180
Non Member Training Prices: £280
CPD Hours:
5
Venue:
Webinar
Aim of Course:

Following this course practitioners and advisors will be better placed to:
 

  • Advise and assist foreign nationals and their family members on the criteria for naturalisation as a British citizen and on associated applications for registration
  • Advise and assist on all aspects of applying for naturalisation as a British citizen, including residence, absences, good character, and future intentions and on associated applications for registration
Spaces Left:
10
Level:
Basic, Intermediate
Audience:
Practitioners work in the field of Nationality law, those experienced in other areas of immigration work who already have some knowledge of Nationality law, and those seeking a refresher/update course.
Methods:
Webinar, with cases studies
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