HJT is pleased to announce its summer 2020 season of business immigration courses.
We kick off with one of our occasional “flash” courses, put on at short notice and catering for the very latest developments. On 12th June at 3pm our 4 experts in commercial immigration and EU settled status combine to deliver this short update: Mark Symes, a barrister specialising in business immigration, Maha Sardar, a contributor on commercial immigration for the next edition of Macdonald’s Immigration Law and Practice, and Agnete Gribkowski, who supervises complex EUSS cases at the Public Interest Law Centre. David Jones (“excellent is an understatement”: Chambers and Partners) will give insights on the Governments milestone upcoming immigration Bill on EU Withdrawal addressing the end of free movement and the new proposed points based system.
On 22nd July Brendan Beder will take delegates thorough every aspect of sole representative applications, covering the opportunities which the route offers and the common pitfalls. Brendan has almost 30 years’ experience of UK immigration law and has lectured in commercial law.
We have 2 sessions on the many issues arising when advising Tier 2 Sponsors, led by Rimmy Bedi who will share her many years of experience of Sponsor licence work. Rimmy’s sessions include plenty of examples from her own casework and also allow delegates to ask questions about practical issues that are worrying them.
- On 31st July Rimmy covers licence applications, advertising and record keeping requirements
- On 14th August Rimmy moves on to focus more on duties for existing licence holders, offering solutions to frequently arising problems, including salary and job description changes, managing right to work checks, and surviving Home Office audits
On 11th September we provide a very practical session on the civil penalty process, covering how to calculate possible charges and how to challenge penalties. Our trainer Rimmy Bedi will use her many years of experience in private client work to ensure that the session is packed with useful case studies.
And remember: sign up to a subscription for Mastering Immigration Law and get access to regularly updated modules covering each aspect of business immigration: Tier 2 general including representing Sponsors and compliance issues, exceptional and global talent, temporary workers, students, investors, entrepreneurs, innovators and start-ups. You can keep up-to-date with the latest changes in context whilst having the option of automatically generating complete professional training records for your annual return to your professional regulator.
Written by Mark Symes