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FREE Training Event with Adam Pipe & Mark Symes

2 hour free session with Mark Symes & Adam Pipe

HJT Training are coming to Birmingham to demonstrate Mastering Immigration Law. Mastering Immigration Law provides up-to-date coverage of all aspects of immigration law, offering a one-stop reference tool that keeps you comprehensively updated and at the same time allows you to record your usage in order to meet your Regulator`s training requirements.

To make your attendance really worthwhile we are also offering a free two hour update training session at which Adam Pipe and Mark Symes will discuss issues including

– Remedies in points based system cases: dishonesty allegations and other common problems

– Private and family life: the latest thinking on arguing cases inside and outside the Rules, addressing `precariousness` and the new GEN.3 Exception provisions re failing to meet the financial requirements and other aspects of the Rules

– Brexit: making permanent residence applications; and what do we know so far about the government`s plans for EU nationals after we depart?

The session will include a demonstration and a gift of a temporary login identity so you can fully trial our new resource for yourselves.

To register, please go here to the HJT website.

Update 14 December - Registration for these sessions is now closed.

Head notes of the Upper Tribunal (IAC) reported cases for May - August 2017

CS and Others (Proof of Foreign Law : India) [2017] UKUT 199 (IAC) (2 May 2017) URL: http://www.bailii.org/uk/cases/UKUT/IAC/2017/199.html The content of any material foreign law is a question of fact normally determined on the basis of expert evidence.

Eisa, R (on the application of) v Secretary of State for the Home Department (Dublin; Articles 27 and 17) [2017] UKUT 261 (IAC) (24 May 2017) URL: http://www.bailii.org/uk/cases/UKUT/IAC/2017/261.html (1) Judicial review is a remedy of sufficient flexibility to comply with Article 27(1) of Regulation 604/2013 (Dublin III).

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Key cases from January to June 2017 for immigration lawyers, and why they are of interest.

Immigration analysis: Adam Pipe, barrister at No.8 Chambers, picks out the key cases from January to June 2017 for immigration lawyers, and why they are of interest. The review covers decisions on Article 8 ECHR–related matters (including on the Minimum Income Requirement, best interests of the child, insurmountable obstacles, Part 5A public interest considerations and Section 94B certificates), British nationality and stateless children, EU law matters, judicial review developments and protection claims.

View the LexisNexis article here.