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HJT | Private & Family Life: The Latest EU Law Including Brexit

The courts continue to issue a constant flow of decisions regarding private and family life. And at the same time, Brexit comes ever closer. Probably.

Private and family life

Evaluating the best interests of families with children

Precarious residence and “compelling” private life claims

Reasonableness and hypothetical departures: JG Turkey

New Home Office policy re departure of British citizen children

The financial requirements for Appendix FM cases

Exceptionality post-GEN3.2: what is “unjustifiably harsh”

Chikwamba – returning abroad to seek entry clearance

“Contriving to frustrate the purpose of the Immigration Rules”

The high threshold in adult dependent relative cases

Domestic violence applications

Human rights claims: refusals and appealability

The latest thinking re out-of-country appeals

Plotting an appeal strategy – Home Office consent and “new matters”, and arguments inside and outside the Rules – AK Turkey

Further representations, fresh claims, and certification

EU law latest

Advising on re residence rights in the run-up to 29 March 2019

Settled status, Appendix EU and permanent residence

Extended family members and rights of appeal

Retained rights of residence – proving exercise of Treaty Rights

Start/End: 
25 March 2019 - 2:00pm - 5:00pm
Venue: 
Birmingham Central
Organization: 
HJT TRAINING
Speakers: 
Mark Symes, Garden Court Chambers + Adam Pipe
Cost: 
£125 + VAT
CDP Points: 
Yess
Booking Contact Details: 
andrew.demetriou@hjt-training.co.uk
Booking contact email: 
EIN Regions:
Birmingham
Type of event:
Legal training