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OISC LEVEL 2 ACCREDITATION TRAINING

Why OISC Level 2?

Our level two course runs over two days, and consists of more complex casework (i.e. applications outside of the Immigration Rules). In this course we cover the syllabus at level two which maybe downloaded from our useful links.

This course is specifically aimed at immigration advisers seeking accreditation at Level 2 and may be more suitable to those who are interested in becoming acquainted with immigration and asylum law. This two day course is tailored to less experienced practitioners preparing to accredit at a lower level. Be warned at the outset that, although the course does not cover the same detail required for the more advanced four day course, the trainers will still need to move at a fairly intensive pace to cover all the necessary ground.

What is covered?

This training course is ideal for those looking to increase their accreditation grade and deliver advice at Level 2. 

The topics covered in our course include:

-Family Life, Partners and Parents Under Appendix FM
-Children (Appendix FM and Part 8)
-Domestic Violence
-Private Life
-Article 8 Outside The Rules
-10 Year Long Residence Rules
-General Grounds of Refusal
-Administrative Review
-Rights and Grounds of Appeal
-Tribunal Procedure Rules
-Enforcement
-EEA incl. Rights to Reside
-British Citizenship
-Ethics

Schedule of the day maybe downloaded from the useful links

Available dates

Useful Links:

The OISC

The Office of the Immigration Services Commissioner (OISC) regulates immigration advisers and makes sure they meet certain standards.

The main duties of the OISC are to:

-Publish a code of standards and other guidance for immigration advisers

-Maintain a register of regulated advisers

-Refuse entry to or cancel advisers who don’t keep to our required standards of good practice, and discipline, restrain or prosecute as appropriate

-Maintain oversight of the designated professional bodies in Scotland and Northern Ireland with this duty

Together with the OISC, HJT aims to raise the standard of legal representation in the OISC sector and hope that the accreditation scheme will help us to achieve this whilst ensuring fairness, consistency and accessibility for all.

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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