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HJT: PRACTICAL TIPS FOR HUMAN RIGHTS CLAIMS (KO-NIGERIA) (RHUPPIAH)

Families with Children post KO Nigeria and precariousness after Rhuppiah

This training course will be delivered by HJT Director Mark Symes, and is fully accredited for CPD by the OISC, SRA, and BAR.

Private and family life claims are a significant part of immigration caseloads. With the importance of the recent Supreme Court decisions in KO (Nigeria) and Rhuppiah, we present this course to update practitioners on the latest thinking on running cases on private and family life grounds. We will discuss the implications of the rulings both for adults without children, and for families with children.

We address:

  • Evaluating the best interests of families with children
  • If nearly all residence is precariousness, when is a private life claim “compelling”?
  • 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: their making, refusal 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
  • Further representations, fresh claims, and certification
Start/End: 
19 March 2019 - 4:00pm - 7:00pm
Venue: 
London Zone 1
Organization: 
HJT TRAINING
Speakers: 
David Jones, Garden Court Chambers
Cost: 
£125 + VAT
CDP Points: 
EC4R 1BB
Booking Contact Details: 
andrew.demetriou@hjt-training.co.uk
Booking contact email: 
EIN Regions:
London
Type of event:
Legal training