Training with ILPA

ILPA has been delivering quality training by leading practitioners and experts on all aspects of immigration, asylum and nationality law and practice for over 30 years. 

Upcoming training

May 24

DT 1766 Civil claims for unlawful immigration detention: practice and procedure

To introduce practitioners to the practical and procedural steps in conducting unlawful detention claims in the civil courts.

The focus of the course will be on the CPR and practical steps involved in preparing a claim for damages for unlawful immigration detention.
 

, 16, London - 3 CPD hours

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June 07

DT 1769 Latest changes Tier 1 Entrepreneur & Investor

"An Excellent, Insightful training!" a former delegate.

In force from 11 January 2018, the Immigration Rules for Tier 1 Entrepreneurs have been largely rewritten, significantly changing the structure of the Rules and making key changes to criteria/specified documents.  Changes have also been made to Tier 1 Entrepreneur Investor and to PBS dependants.
 
This course will cover the changes to the rules, policies affecting Tier 1 Entrepreneurs, Investors and their dependants (including absences requirements for indefinite leave to remain (ILR)), and guide attendees in navigating the new structure of Tier 1 Entrepreneur rules.
 
The speakers will also provide practical insight and tips from their extensive experience, including strategy points and complex scenario analysis. 
 

, 10, London

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June 14

DT 1771 Asylum applications and human rights claims

This course focuses on the legislation and practical steps to take when running an asylum application. With new firms being granted Legal Aid contracts, we will focus on the Legal Aid Agency’s requirements in relation to costs, quality and file maintenance in relation to legal help asylum matters. The course would also benefit fee earners in private practice with little experience on asylum and human rights claims.
 

, 14, London

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July 12

DT 1763 Significant others: Love in a cold climate

Our popular Significant Others session is back: covering all aspects of applications for spouses, civil, unmarried and same sex partners. 'The best course I have ever attended, brilliant' , 'outstanding' , "informative, lively and important” says the feedback.  Tim Barnden and Barry O'Leary are described as 'particularly helpful tutors', with one participant commenting "I would be happy to attend any sessions conducted by Tim and Barry". 

, 10, London - 6 CPD hours

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July 16

DT 1767 Criminality and the Immigration Rules

Delegates will obtain an understanding of the impact criminality has on applications for entry clearance and leave to remain (including settlement).  The course will cover consideration of the various different grounds for refusal set out in the general grounds and in Appendix FM and give delegates a knowledge of the impact of different criminal sanctions on immigration applications and how to address the issue in casework. 

, 16, London - 3 CPD hours

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August 23

DT 1773 Mergers and Acquisitions

, 16, London

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October 24

DT 1770 ILPA Annual seminar on free movement of EEA Nationals

"absolutely exceptional" "brilliant seminar every year - not to be missed!"

A must for all practitioners who come across EU nationals and their family members and make applications on their behalf.  

 

, 10, London

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