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WEB 1037 Children’s Citizenship Rights (WEBINAR)

Event | Training

This webinar aims to give practitioners an understanding of nationality law as it relates to children, and share practice points on how to make successful nationality applications. 

Attendees will be introduced to children's citizenship categories, learn how to identify potential registration applications, how to make applications, the relevant case law, and practical advice on the evidence needed. 


•    Overview of nationality law, definitions to consider, and changes over time
•    Types of registration applications – entitlements and discretionary applications  
•    Good Character in registration applications 
•    Case Law update
•    Fees update
•    Case Studies

Participants would find it helpful to be familiar with ss 1, 3, and 4 of the British Nationality Act 1981.


July 16
2:00 pm - 5:15 pm
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Tutor details:
Amanda Weston QC, Garden Court Chambers and Anjana Daniel, Fragomen LLP
Tutor biographies:

Amanda Weston QC is a barrister who has for over 20 years advised and represented children, social services, parents and support workers re routes to citizenship for children from a migrant background. She acted for FI in the successful s 55 challenge to Home Office practice on discretionary registration, formulated and developed the legal challenge to the fees for registration and acted for K in the successful discrimination claim for children born outside marriage. She recently acted for Project 17 in the successful NRPF challenge.

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. 

Concessionary Training Prices: £50
Member Training Prices: £100
Non Member Training Prices: £180
CPD Hours:
Spaces Left:
Basic, Intermediate
This webinar is aimed at advisors, solicitors, case workers, support workers and local authorities.
Webinar with case studies and Q&A