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WEB 1185 A Practical look at Inadmissibility, Notices of Intent and Rwanda post NAB Act 2022 (FREE Members’ Training)

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Please email amira.rady@ilpa.org.uk to book you free place.

This training is for ILPA members only. If you're not yet an ILPA member but would like to join then you can find out more information here or email info@ilpa.org.uk
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The aim of this webinar is to equip practitioners with an understanding of the processes, and particularly with tips and tactics to maximise the prospect that their clients do not receive inadmissibility decisions or if they do that the ground has been laid for a successful JR challenge. The course will cover:

•    Nationality and Borders Act 2022 Part 2: Inadmissibility
•    Relocation to Rwanda – who is at risk? 
•    Home Office procedure & process
•    Your client has received a Notice of Intent – what to do / factors to consider 
•    Case building and evidence gathering 

This course will not cover JR claims of inadmissibility decisions.

Details

Date:
June 29
Time:
10:00 am - 11:30 am
Event Tags:
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Tutor biographies:

Eva Doerr is a barrister at Garden Court Chambers specialising in Immigration and Public Law and a trustee of Refugee Legal Support. Eva has extensive experience in immigration, asylum and public law, having worked in this field since 2015. Prior to pupillage, Eva worked as a paralegal at Laura Devine Immigration where she developed a particular interest and experience in EU free movement law and the impact of Brexit on EEA nationals and their family members.

Annette Elder is an Immigration solicitor with many years experience of asylum practice. She is a consultant at Elder Rahimi and a trustee of Refugee Legal Support.

CPD Hours:
1.5
Venue:
Zoom
Spaces Left:
1
Level:
Intermediate
Audience:
The course is aimed at asylum practitioners handling initial applications.
Methods:
Webinar with case studies
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