The scale and ferocity of the Home Offices deportation process persists unabated, and doing tangible harm to the families of those subjected to it and leaving in its wake psychological trauma, material hardship, residential instability and family dissolution (www.migrationpolicy.org).
Given those weighty consequences it is imperative that representatives are properly equipped to mount an effective defence.
In this course we aim to:
• Ensure you are updated on the nature and implications of the latest developments in the case law, and in particular
• Grapple with the challenges of section 94B certification and the use of judicial review as a remedy.
• Offer advice as to how the exceptions to deport operate post the decisions of the Court of Appeal in MM and MA.
• Furnished an understanding of the implications of VH & MA for the operation of the very compelling circumstance test.
• Direct as to the circumstances in which delay by the Home Office and periods without offending can impact on the assessment of the public interest.
• Provide practical advice on evidence gathering and case preparation for appeal
• Guide delegates through the process of revocation.