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17th Edition Immigration Manual (paperback)

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The manual includes:

  • A highly readable manual for trainees and practitioners covering all the key areas UK and EU immigration control
  • Full coverage of the syllabuses for the OISC and Law Society exams
  • An explanation on how to navigate the Immigration Rules and all the main routes, including relevant Home Office policy
  • A practical understanding of the EEA regulations and free movement law
  • Basic principles of nationality law, including applications for citizenship, and the deprivation of nationality
  • Human rights-based applications and claims
  • Enforcement: deportation and removals, detention and bail – the latest rules, processes, and case law developments
  • The Points Based System and the case law interpreting it
  • Up-to-date treatment of international protection law and asylum processes
  • The appeals system under 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

This manual does not include:

Judicial Review chapter
Free online bitesize courses
Free eBook of latest Immigration Manual
Updates of the law throughout the year
15% discounts on all our public face-to-face courses
If you would like these please see below Mastering Immgiration Law product

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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 amended to include; Changes to forms, fees, and processes, A beefed-up section on visit applications, Navigating 3C leave, validity and overstayin, The April 2017 rule changes, The new EEA regulations, and changes to Home Office policy on EEA applications and The latest judicial thinking on private and family life inside and outside the Immigration Rules

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

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