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16th Edition Immigration Manual (paperback)

What does it include?

The HJT manual now of its 16th edition includes:

-New rule changes announced on 3 November 2016

-An explanation on how to navigate the Immigration Rules and of all the most common routes, showing how Home Office policies fit into the system and the Immigration Act 2016

-All aspects of European Union applications including you EEA regulations

-Basic principles of nationality law, and deprivation of nationality

-Appendix FM and Rule 276ADE and the latest judicial thinking on private and family life outside the Immigration Rules

-Deportation and removals – the latest Rules and processes, section 117C and case law developments, and non-suspensive appeals

-The new Appendix V on Visitors

-The Points Based System and the case law interpreting it

-Up-to-date treatment of international protection and asylum processes

-The new appeals system introduced by the Immigration Act 2014

-Administrative Review

This edition is consistently presented in a user-friendly style with:

-Bullet-pointing of key points

-Fully worked examples

-Top tips for your everyday practice

-Diagrams of procedures and processes

-Guides for taking instructions, instructing experts, drafting witness statements, and preparing grounds of appeal

Is there an online version?

The HJT Manual  is also available to purchase to include an online version, HJT customers will be able to keep abreast of developments throughout their careers on an ongoing basis as we will be updating it regularly – the online versions are hyperlinked to every significant legal authority and Home Office policy.

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HJT Manual History

During its lifetime, the manual has evolved to become the leading introductory text for new immigration practitioners and for students of immigration law. Thousands of new immigration lawyers and advisers have been trained by HJT Training using this manual.

The original contributors included Gail Elliman, David Jones, David Robinson, Mark Symes, Colin Yeo and Julian Bild. This edition has been largely updated by Julian Bild, taking account of the Immigration Act 2016, some amendments to the immigration rules (up to and including those published on 3rd November 2016), the Immigration (EEA) Regulations 2016 (bravely tackled by Sandra Akinbolu), and recent case law developments.

We dedicate this manual to our much missed friend and colleague Gail Elliman, formerly a distinguished immigration lawyer, trainer, and judge.

About HJT

Established in 2003 by practicing Barristers, our courses are both practical and dynamic. With both face-to-face and online training, giving legal practitioners the skills and knowledge to keep up to date with the complexities of the UK legal system and recent case law.

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