WORKSHOP: Deportation and Human Rights Claims
02/03/2017 5:00pm to 02/03/2017 7:00pm
Venue: Central London TBC
Trainer: Mavelyn Vidal
This is a practical workshop for immigration advisors /solicitors. The workshop offers an in depth guide to a now complicated area of immigration law, covering deportation procedure, the Immigration Rules para 398-399 and para 276ADE (1) and up-to-date caselaw. The trainer Mavelyn Vidal, Barrister and a Level 3 IAA Accredited advisor will draw from her long experience and expertise to offer guidance on drafting representation on Human Rights grounds. There will be an opportunity for discussion.
Pre-requisites as to knowledge and experience - none
The workshop will deal with the following:
What is 'deportation'?
(looking briefly at background and circumstances in which can be deported)
Automatic deportation and exceptions
(under the UK Borders Act 2007)
The procedure for deportation
(including Home Office deportation questionnaire, Notice of intention to deport and deportation order)
Guidance on drafting representations, mainly on human rights grounds, as to why an individual ought not to be deported,
Human rights claims
(Immigration Rules para 398-399 and para 276ADE (1))
(under amended s 82 of the Nationality, Immigration and Asylum Act 2002, and 'public interest considerations' under section 117C of the Nationality, Immigration and Asylum Act 2002)
At the end of the workshop delegates will be conversant in the key elements of procedure and practice in regards to deportation and human rights claims, and appeals.
To book this course, please visit https://www.jcwi.org.uk/training/workshop-deportation-and-human-rights-claims