This course is specifically aimed at immigration advisors seeking accreditation at OISC Level 2 and may be more suitable to those who are interested in becoming acquainted with immigration and asylum law.
This two day version 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.
Family life, partners and parents under Appendix FM, including EX1
Children (Appendix FM and Part 8)
Article 8 outside the Rules
10-year long residence rule
General grounds of refusal, and criminal offences
Rights and grounds of appeal, Tribunal procedure rules
Enforcement – removal and deportation, detention and bail
EEA including right to reside for the unemployed, retained and derivative rights, extended family members, Surinder Singh, expulsion and appeals
British citizenship by naturalisation and registration
Exam tips and techniques
*HJT CAN HELP YOU
We suggest you plan so you do not get caught out. You should set aside some time to plan your training needs and what you will do to meet the requirements. These may include:
- A subscription service which is a guide to Immigration law, including all topics on EU, PBS, Human Rights, application process, deportation and many more, found here.
- Refreshing knowledge on different areas of the law with our range of our bitesize online training found on our learning platform site www.learnimmigrationlaw.co.uk
- Keeping yourself up to date with the law buy attend our face-to-face courses, found here.