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WEB 3032 Update on complex legal and practical issues arising from the EUSS

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Date:
July 3
Time:
10:00 am - 1:00 pm
Cost:
£85.00 - £229.00
This course will address complex legal and practical issues arising in the context of the EU Settlement Scheme.

Level: Intermediate

Description:

This course will address complex legal and practical issues arising in the context of the EU Settlement Scheme. The course aims to equip practitioners with an understanding of how to deal with these issues in their cases. This course will provide a general update on the EU Settlement Scheme with a particular focus on:

1. Late applications and remedies

2. Residence requirements

3. Joining Family Members

4. Case law updates

5. Other emerging key issues

Audience:

The session is aimed at all practitioners working with EU clients.

Tutors: Mala Savjani, Associate Solicitor at Wilson Solicitors LLP and Eva Doerr, Barrister at Garden Court Chambers

Mala is a Solicitor at Wilson Solicitors LLP. Her practice covers a wide range of immigration, asylum and nationality law, with particular focus on the EU Settlement Scheme and retained EU law, family and private life applications and applications made outside of the Rules. She also works on complex Judicial Reviews and appeals for a wide range of clients. She is currently working on a project for Here for Good looking into strategic challenges of the EUSS

Eva is a barrister at Garden Court Chambers. Eva has extensive experience in immigration, asylum and public law, having worked in this field since 2015. She has developed a particular interest and experience in EU free movement law and the impact of Brexit on EEA nationals and their family members. Eva mainly delivers training on EU free movement law and the EU Settlement Scheme (beginner and advanced). She has spoken at the Annual Free Movement Conference and the ILPA AGM.

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