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WEB 1019 Windrush Scheme: A Guide to Applications (WEBINAR)

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This Webinar aims to teach practitioners how to make successful immigration and nationality applications under the Windrush Scheme.

The aim of the course is to teach practitioners how to identify potential Windrush Scheme applicants, what factors to consider in deciding which application to make, how to make the applications and what evidence is needed.

The topics that will be covered are:

  • Overview of Windrush Scheme and its history.
  • How to identify potential Windrush Scheme applicants.
  • Review of different categories and applications under the Windrush Scheme.
  • Application process and documentation.
  • Case Studies.
  • Compensation.

Details

Date:
June 23
Time:
10:00 am - 1:15 pm
Event Tags:
Tutor details:
Diana Baxter, Wesley Gryk Solicitors LLP and Anjana Daniel, Fragomen LLP
Tutor biographies:

Diana Baxter is a partner at Wesley Gryk Solicitors LLP. She has extensive experience in a broad range of immigration and nationality matters, and has been advising and assisting clients with successful applications under the Windrush Scheme.

Diana also teaches ILPA’s Nationality Law is Fun and Appendix FM: It’s All About the Money courses.

Anjana Daniel is a solicitor at Fragomen LLP, and previously worked at Wesley Gryk Solicitors LLP. She is experienced at dealing with complex nationality matters, and has a particular interest in status tracing and registration applications. She volunteers with UKLGIG and Here for Good in her spare time, and was previously a trustee and volunteer at PRCBC.

 

Price:
Concessionary Training Prices: £50
Member Training Prices: £100
Non Member Training Prices: £180
CPD Hours:
3
Venue:
Webinar
Spaces Left:
14
Level:
Intermediate
Audience:
Immigration practitioners who have some experience in making citizenship and indefinite leave applications, and who wish to learn about how to spot and successfully assist Windrush applicants
Methods:
Webinar with case studies/group discussions
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