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REPRESENTATIVES OF AN OVERSEAS BUSINESS (SOLE REPRESENTATIVES)

By the end of the workshop delegates will have a thorough understanding of this often ignored, little used yet vital category and will feel confident to advise clients as to suitable ways to proceed with cases as well as the preparation of required supporting documentation. 

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The HJT Experience

High Quality Delivery – Our Trainers are passionate about Immigration and strive to deliver training courses where delegates feel engaged and informed by the quality of their teaching.

Experienced Trainers – Our Immigration Expert trainers keep up to date with the latest changes in their respective fields to deliver training thoroughly.

Small Classes – No more than 15 people to ensure you get the most from our trainers.

Practical Training – Theory and Practical based training that can be utilised in your day-to-day work.

What is covered?

Level: Intermediate

This course is of particular significance to all practitioners in light of reduced options under the current UK Immigration Rules, particularly the Points Based System.

The course will contextualise this category in contrast to other past and present categories and provide a systematic overview of the UK Immigration Rules in respect of Representatives of an Overseas Business (Sole Representatives).

It will provide practical tips in relation to Entry Clearance, Further Leave to Remain and Indefinite Leave to Remain applications and best approaches when dealing with clients.

There will also be a particular focus on required documentation in support of applications to be submitted.

Objectives

By the end of the workshop delegates will have a thorough understanding of this often ignored, little used yet vital category and will feel confident to advise clients as to suitable ways to proceed with cases as well as the preparation of required supporting documentation.

Trainer:  Brendan Beder

Brendan has specialised in UK Immigration Law since setting up Beder-Harrison & Co in 1992.

This followed him studying Comparative Immigration Law for his Master of Laws Degree at University College London where he also undertook a specialist course in Law Lecturing.

He lectured in Commercial Law whilst completing a B.A. and LL.B. Degree in South Africa also completing his Legal Training in a general law firm and working for a Judge of the Supreme Court.

Brendan’s Practice has developed a niche in respect of Tier 1, Tier 2, Sponsor Licence and Sole Rep work as well as all other areas of Immigration Law leading to Settlement and Naturalisation.  He provides Immigration services to Corporate and Private Clients of a number of firms of Solicitors.  Brendan is frequently called on by these firms to provide in-house training updating their partners and key clients on all aspects of and changes to UK Immigration Law.

Brendan qualified in Executive Coaching at Regents College in 2005 and provides coaching to mainly Law and other Professionals in respect of Change Management, Team Dynamic, Wellbeing and Resilience.

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.

Also Available

Mastering Immigration Law Online Subscription Service (1 Year)

Check out our subscription service with a FREE 21 day trial. You may cancel at any time during the trial and not be charged a thing!

The trial period will give you access to 4 Modules of the online resource which includes videos and quizzes for you to use. The trial period will however limit your access to any downloadable content and the 13 remaining modules, you will not receive access to our Updates & Documentation module, eBooks, Online Courses, and our manual will not be dispatched.

If you decide to sign up to our service, you will be charged 21 days after signing up and all services will be activated and a copy of the latest Immigration Manual will be dispatched out to you upon release.

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