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WEB 1113 How to prepare fresh asylum and human rights claims (WEBINAR)

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This course will focus on the legal framework, main caselaw and procedure related to the preparation of fresh asylum and human rights applications. 
This is a practical course, so you can expect to receive advice and tips on how to effectively build and progress an application, common mistakes to avoid and instructions you need to take from your client. 

Topics to be covered: 

•    Legal framework
•    Standard of proof
•    Advice to clients
•    Pitfalls and common errors
•    Procedure
•    Overview of post-refusal remedies


5th July 2021
10:00 am - 1:00 pm
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Tutor details:
Gabriella Bettiga, MGBe Legal and Zoe Bantleman, Richmond Chambers
Tutor biographies:

Gabriella is a consultant solicitor and holds Level 3 accreditation with the Law Society and with OISC. She is the Director of MGBe Legal and provides advice on immigration, asylum and nationality law, particularly in relation to EEA nationals and family members, asylum and complex human rights applications and appeals. Gabriella regularly delivers training with ILPA and publishes articles on immigration topics on various forums. Gabriella is a member of the Tribunal Procedure Committee and a volunteer lawyer for UKCEN and Here for Good. Gabriella is an ILPA Trustee and Well-being Ambassador.

Zoe is a barrister at Richmond Chambers, with a busy practice in immigration, nationality and asylum law. She has significant experience in private and family life and complex points based applications under the Immigration Rules. She regularly challenges decisions by preparing appeals for human rights and asylum claims and applications for administrative and judicial review, with specific interest in challenging deception allegations against migrants and prospective visitors, sponsor licence revocations and claims deemed to be repeats or certified as clearly unfounded. Zoe is also a contributing author to Practical Law, and an editorial board member of the Journal of Immigration, Asylum & Nationality Law.

Concessionary Training Prices: £50
Member Training Prices: £100
Non Member Training Prices: £180
CPD Hours:
Aim of Course:

At the end of the session you should have an understanding of the legal framework and main caselaw, steps to be taken and procedure, and an overview of ways to challenge a refusal. 

Spaces Left:
Basic, Intermediate
Immigration fee-earners dealing with fresh asylum and human rights applications.
Webinar with case studies/group discussions