During lockdown HJT Director Mark Symes went through HJT’s vast Mastering Immigration Law resource with a view to indexing the most important concepts. You can now benefit from the fruits of these labours: HJT has the most comprehensive index to every issue in UK immigration law – around 1,600 of them!
From “accommodation” to Zambrano children, from the doctrine of “atrocious past persecution” in asylum to “cooling off” for skilled workers, the index puts you just a couple of clicks away from finding the most up-to-date information on that subject. It covers everything from core aspects of immigration control through all the major immigration routes including the PBS, on the way covering EEA residence cards and EU settled status, asylum, private and family life, nationality, deportation, detention and removal, including administrative removal and appeals.
Mark’s experience as an advocate, legal representative and part-time judge ensured he could use terms that immigration lawyers are likely to recognise. So whether you look up “TOEIC fraud” or “English language test fraud” you should end up in the right place. And we add to these every month: in May 2021 new terms included “Digital only EUSS confirmation”, “FGM Protection Orders”, “Control over funds” for investors, “Passport refusal & withdrawal”, “Home Office Presenting Officer duties” and “revisiting factual findings”: pretty tantalising topics, all generated by cases decided in the last few weeks, we hope you agree!
So, don’t delay – sign up to HJT’s Mastering Immigration Law today! And if you can think of a concept that we’ve missed, just drop us a line, and we can help immigration lawyers find that missing piece of information that will perfect their case even sooner!