New Immigration webinars and video updates
Adam Pipe has created a new series of webinars and videos available here:
New Video Update: Deprivation of Citizenship Appeals After Begum
In this immigration law update video Adam gives a summary of the recent UT reported decision in Ciceri (deprivation of citizenship appeals: principles) Albania  UKUT 238 (IAC) (8 September 2021) and the principles which apply to deprivation of citizenship appeals following the decision of the Supreme Court in Begum, R. (on the application of) v Special Immigration Appeals Commission & Anor  UKSC 7 (26 February 2021).
Here is the trailer to Adam's latest MBL webinar:
Immigration Case Law Update. In this session Adam will summarise some of the key immigration law decision from recent months. Practitioners will gain an understanding of the key issues which the courts have been considering and will be able to use the information gained to enhance their written submissions and achieve better outcomes for clients. This is an essential update.-
Immigration Appeals: Update and Best Practice Guide. Immigration Appeals have been changing with the introduction of myHMCTS and with the pandemic pushing many appeals online. In this webinar, Adam looks at the latest practice directions from the Tribunal and the appeals process. Adam also covers important best practice topics such as drafting skeleton arguments and permission to appeal grounds. Adam also consider dealing with new matters and witnesses giving evidence from abroad. This practical session will equip practitioners with the skills to deal with appeals professionally and effectively.-
Article 8 Update & Deprivation of Citizenship Appeals. In this session, Adam will guide you through two hot immigration law topics. Adam provides an update on the latest case law developments in relation to Article including children, adult dependent relatives, deportation, and allegations of serious harm. In the second half of the webinar, Adam looks at deprivation of citizenship appeals which are on the rise at present. Adam also discusses the latest deprivation case law and the relevance of discretion, delay and Article 8.