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Immigration Law - The Recent Changes & Upcoming Developments - Live with Adam Pipe 11 December

Introduction

Immigration law is always changing with new case law, rules and statutes by the day.

This new virtual classroom seminar will provide a comprehensive update of the key changes and will address the important issues facing practitioners working in this area answering questions such as:

What is the impact of recent statutory changes?

What are the most important case law developments over the last year?

What is the current state of the law?


Delegates will receive an essential update of case law, statute, rules and policy equipping them with an overview of the latest developments ensuring up to date advice can be provided to clients.

Link to MBL website.

Live online course | Recurring problems in immigration appeals via Zoom 22 October 3-4:30 pm

View online course website here.

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The session is led byMark Symes, Director & tenant at Garden Court Chambers and Adam Pipe from No.8 Chambers and will cover:

  • Arguing private life claims
  • Proportionality factors in complex Article 8 cases
  • Briefing expert witnesses
  • The general refusal reasons
  • Tax discrepancy refusals & Accountants’ evidence
  • English language TOEIC refusals and the APPG report
  • Managing remote hearings in the FTT
  • Dealing with UT directions & drafting written submissions
  • Non-suspensive appeals: the latest thinking

Immigration Law Conversations: Sponsoring Foreign Workers and the New Points Based System


In this informal Immigration Law Conversation Adam Pipe chats to Gary McIndoe, Managing Director of Latitude Law. They discuss sponsoring foreign workers under the government’s new January 2021 points based immigration system.

View the video on Youtube here.

Gary was born in Manchester and returned to live in the city in 1995 after working and studying in London. He then travelled and worked around many countries, including Brazil, New Zealand, Indonesia, Israel, Burma and India.

Gary trained as a solicitor at David Gray and Company in Newcastle-upon-Tyne, then came back to Manchester to join Thornhill Ince, where he worked until 2002, following which he was appointed Director of the Greater Manchester Immigration Aid Unit, a not-for-profit legal advice agency.

In 2004, he left to become immigration supervisor at Robert Lizar Solicitor in Moss Side, where he worked until forming Latitude Law in December 2007.

Gary is a Trustee for RAPAR and Chair of the Electronic Immigration Network, a charity providing online information in the field of immigration and asylum.

He is an AILA International Associate, and has contributed the immigration chapter to ‘Doing Business After Brexit’ (Bloomsbury, Sept 2017)


View further details of the UK’s Points-Based Immigration System here.