Training Blog

21

Jun'17

Mastering Immigration Law Subscription Updates

With summer fast approaching, HJT is treating it’s subscribers to some news as delightful as the sunshine. Our Mastering Immigration …

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17

May'17

Permanent Residency Document- Recent Change of Advice from the Home Office

The Home Office recently changed its advice on applying for residency registration certificates and Permanent Residence documents in April 2017. …

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11

Jan'17

A new era in CPD for immigration solicitors

From now on the SRA’s new training regime is in force. Fixed CPD hour targets are GONE! The old system …

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23

Dec'16

Review of the year 2016

HJT would like to say thank you to our customers. You’ve made this one of our most exciting years yet! …

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21

Sep'16

Note to Barristers

Before a barrister may accept Public Access instructions, he MUST have complied with Continuing Professional Development Regulations.  At present, although …

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08

Jul'16

OISC: Continuing Professional Development

The OISC have decided to make changes to the OISC scheme. The new scheme will continue to require OISC regulated …

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18

May'16

The Immigration Act 2016 – What does this mean?

Nearly one year after it was first announced in the Queen’s Speech, the Immigration Bill has received the Royal Assent …

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10

May'16

UK agrees to resettle unaccompanied child refugees – but how many?

The Government yesterday agreed that unaccompanied asylum-seeking children would be resettled in the UK, following David Cameron’s announcement during Prime …

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11

Apr'16

It’s no secret: Immigration officials permitted to hack phones

The Home Office have confirmed that Immigration officials have been permitted to hack the phones of refugees and asylum seekers, …

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