Datalaw's Immigration Law CPD Course library includes the latest Immigration Law updates, ensuring that participants are always equipped with the most recent and relevant knowledge in Immigration Law.
For those who prioritise flexibility and convenience, our Immigration Law online courses offer a dynamic learning experience. Dive deep into the complexities of immigration law from any location, ensuring that you're always aware of legal developments. Enriched with Immigration Law case studies and precedents, our legal CPD courses provide practical insights, ensuring that participants are well-prepared to tackle real-world scenarios.
Our immigration law training is comprehensive, covering everything from visa applications to asylum claims, ensuring that you're always informed about the latest changes and their implications.
Datalaw’s Immigration Law CPD training courses are tailored for both professionals and newcomers, ensuring that every participant is prepared for their immigration law practices.
Digital Immigration Law course certificates provided for each completed CPD course.
Below is our planned CPD course schedule for Immigration Law. We have two Immigration Law live webinars in the 22/23 CPD year, a Spring and an Autumn live update. This training is essential for immigration law practitioners seeking to refresh their knowledge of immigration law and ensure they stay compliant.
IMMIGRATION LAW TITLES
|Modern Slavery/Trafficking Update||CPD||27/02/2023||VIEW|
|Immigration Law Spring Update 2023||LIVE||07/06/2023 at 3.00pm||VIEW|
|Arguing Unjustifiably Harsh Consequences under Appendix FM||CPD||31/08/2023||VIEW|
|Vulnerable Appellants in Immigration Law||CPD||31/08/2023||VIEW|
|Immigration Law Autumn Update 2023||LIVE||07/10/2023 at 10.00am||VIEW|
|Article 8 ECHR and Chikwamba - Where are we now?||CPD||27/10/2023||VIEW|
|Private Life Applications under the Immigration Rules||CPD||27/10/2023||VIEW|
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This bundle is vital for all solicitors who are looking to stay up-to-date with the latest updates and changes in Immigration Law for 2023. The Immigration Law Update 2023 Bundle provides the most up-to-date information on the main Immigration Law changes for the 2023 CPD year.As well as gaining access to our Spring and Autumn Immigration Law Update Live Webinars for 2023 you will also gain access to the following 8 hours worth of CPD courses upon their release:- Modern Slavery/Trafficking Update- FGM Claims- Arguing Unjustifiabl ... See more
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Law Society - Immigration Law Accreditation CPD BundleThis Law Society - Immigration Law Accreditation CPD Bundle is a must for any Immigration Law Practitioners looking to complete the required 6 hours of CPD training needed in order to obtain their Law Society Immigration Law Accreditation.
Get access to the Essential SRA Compliance Training 2023 + Immigration Law Update Bundle 2023 Today!The Essential Access Membership – Datalaw’s most up-to-date legal training courses selected by our experts in compliance and Immigration Law.The SRA Compliance Update Bundle 2023 provides the most up-to-date information on the main compliance changes for the 2023 CPD year. Topics included within this bundle include Anti-Money Laundering updates including Economic Crime (Transparency and Enforcement) Act 2022, Cyber Crime & Fraud Prevention Up ... See more
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This Immigration Law Update 2022 CPD Bundle can be accessed through both the Premium and Unlimited Access Subscriptions, which are available at a number of different price points to suit you and your training needs. Datalaw's Subscription CPD package can fulfil your requirements under the SRA scheme in 3 easy steps:Step 1: take your self-assessment and obtain your personal development planStep 2: choose from over 800 legal CPD courses in over 42 areas of law, delivered by expert speakersStep 3: print off your SRA Competency StatementFast Tra ... See more
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In this webinar we will be looking at how to prepare and make effective bail applications. Presented by our expert Immigration Law speaker we will be considering the power to grant bail, the procedure for applications, hearings, conditions of bail, varying conditions, breaches of bail and withdrawals. Throughout the session we will be looking at relevant statute, Tribunal Guidance and Procedure Rules, Home Office Guidance and there will be practical tips and examples.
This course will update you on the latest developments in Immigration Law for 2023. Our experienced speaker, Priya Solanki, will guide you through the latest changes and provide you with practical tips to help you stay ahead in the Immigration Law profession. This session is vital for all Immigration Law Practitioners to attend in order to stay up-to-date with the latest law and practice in Immigration Law.Upgrade your experience by becoming a Datalaw Unlimited Access member. With this membership, you'll get access to all our live training ... See more
Asylum accommodation and the quality of it is a matter frequently in the press. In this webinar we will be looking at challenges to accommodation issues by reference to the Immigration and Asylum Act 1999, the Asylum Support Regulations and other legislation. We will work through UKVI policy guidance, highlighting the useful aspects of the same which can assist in making accommodation requests for particular locations or types of accommodation based on health or other needs. We will look at the current authorities and discuss the need for care ... See more
Chikwamba held that 'only comparatively rarely, certainly in family cases involving children, should an article 8 appeal be dismissed on the basis that it would be proportionate and more appropriate for the appellant to apply for leave from abroad.' Over the years and with the introduction of s117B the approach to this principle by the Courts has changed. We will be looking in this session at what is left of Chikwamba now, with regard to recent decisions such as Alam & Anor v SSHD  EWCA Civ 30 and Younus (section 117B(6)(b); Chik ... See more
In this session we will be looking at the new Appendix Private Life. This will include looking at 20 year long residence claims, claims for those under 25 who have spent half their life in the UK, 7-year residence claims for children, the definition of continuous residence. Presented by expert immigration Law speakers we will also be looking at the test of very significant obstacles to integration for adult who do not meet the long residence rules. Throughout the webinar we will look at relevant policy and case law.
Many clients in immigration law meet the definition of a vulnerable appellant. It is important practitioners recognise this and are familiar with relevant guidance and procedures. This webinar will explain how to identify vulnerable appellants, determining capacity, understand and obtain litigation friends where necessary, seek anonymity and in camera hearings, make the best use of CMRHs. We will also be looking at relevant Tribunal Guidance and UKVI policy and other useful guides for these clients.
Join us for our upcoming Immigration Law 2023 Spring Update Live Webinar, where you will be updated on the latest developments in Immigration Law for 2023. Our experienced speakers will guide you through the latest changes and provide you with practical tips to help you stay ahead in the Immigration Law profession. This session is vital for all Immigration Law Practitioners to attend in order to stay up-to-date with the latest law and practice in Immigration Law.Upgrade your experience by becoming a Datalaw Unlimited Access member. With th ... See more
When family and private life cases do not meet the requirements, Applicants are left to argue cases under Appendix FM GEN 3.1-3.3, i.e., that there are unjustifiably harsh consequences if they are removed. In this webinar we will look at this test and how it is approached by the Home Office with reference to their Policy Guidance. Presented by expert Immigration Law speakers we will also consider the Courts approach to this test with examples of cases that have failed and those that have succeeded. Practical tips and examples will be given thro ... See more
This session will provide an overview of the changes introduced by the Nationality and Borders Act 2022, the immigration rules and guidance in seeking leave for victims trafficking. These changes came into force on the 30th January 2023, with the policy dated the 2nd February 2023. For those practitioners that deal with victims of trafficking and modern slavery this is an essential webinar, as the law has changed dramatically in terms of seeking discretionary leave to remain for these victims.By the end of this session practitioners will feel c ... See more
UKVI delays are at their worst. Practitioners need to be able to understand when to challenge delays and how to bring these challenges. In this webinar we will look at tactics in respect of delay cases, basic principles in challenging delay in asylum/unaccompanied asylum seeking children/immigration cases, the grounds to advance, the practicalities of challenging including setting up a claim prior to pre-action letter and seeking expedition in judicial reviews, damages and the compensation scheme. This session is aimed at practitioner ... See more
Article 8 ECHR authorities in immigration are plentiful and ever changing. It is important practitioners are kept up to date. This session will be looking at some recent decisions under Appendix FM, Private life claims, family reunion applications, deportation, remote hearings, new matters, damages for breaches of ECHR rights, overstayers, s.117B(6)/children. This session is aimed at practitioners at all levels. It will provide an overview for those less experienced and also detail for the more experienced practitioner.
Delivered by Barrister and Immigration Law expert Priya Solanki, this course will provide the knowledge and practice needed in order to make Adult Dependant Relative (ADR) Applications with success. The immigration rules that apply to ADR under Appendix FM will be covered in detail within this course, with a focus on the requirements that most often to lead to refusal (E-ECDR 2.4 and E-ECDR 2.5). Practical tips and guidance will be given in relation to arguments and evidence that can be used to advance applications and appeals, as well as how t ... See more
Presented by experienced expert in immigration and asylum law Priya Solanki, this course will examine how to challenge certified asylum and human rights decisions with success, whilst providing practical tips and examples throughout. This course will cover the following topics:Changes brought about by the Nationality and Borders Act 2022Challenging asylum and human rights certifications under section 94 of the Nationality, Immigration and Asylum Act 2002Challenging certifications on the basis of delay under section 96 of the Nationality, Immigr ... See more
In this webinar we will at a range of issues that will assist migrant clients that have been subjected to domestic violence. We will start by looking at the DDV concession, and then move on to consider making applications under Appendix FM for victims of domestic violence, we will look at the right to administrative and judicial review to challenge adverse decisions and the complexities of rights of appeals. The rules and guidance have been updated. These applications raise some difficult evidential issues and the current route to challeng ... See more
The Home Office say that sham marriages pose a significant threat to UK immigration control. They have assessed that around 35,000 marriages and civil partnerships a year involve a foreign national for whom the marriage could be advantageous in immigration terms. They further estimate that between 4,000-10,000 applications are made in a year under EU law based on a sham marriage or civil partnership. Identifying and excluding sham marriages have thus become an increasingly crucial part of the government’s project of managing and reducing immi ... See more
Delivered by barrister Priya Solanki, this course looks into Immigration Law Advocacy, specifically appeal rights. This session will consider the following topics:• Rights of Appeals • Human Rights Claim • Rights of Appeal against a Human Rights Claim • Certification of Appeals • Appeal Against Deportation Order • Grounds of Appeal • Extent of the Appeal • Appeals against European Decisions • EU Settlement Scheme Appeal Rights
Delivered by barrister Priya Solanki, this course looks into Immigration Law Advocacy, specifically visit visas. This session will consider the following topics:• Immigration Rules• Suitability• V4.2 Genuine Intention to Visit• V4.3 - 4.4 Third Party Funds, Maintenance Accommodation• Visit Visa Guidance Version 9.0 22 August 2019• Policy Guidance• Considering Human Rights Claims in Visit Applications
In this one-hour session we will look at the law on illegal working, the roles and duties of employers, the consequences of employing an illegal worker for an employer and the routes of challenge open to an employer if faced with one of these consequences. In May 2014 changes came into force to try to strengthen the illegal work scheme and increase the levels of fines.Delivered by immigration barrister and lecturer Priya Solanki, this course will cover: • The relevant law, including the Immigration and Asylum Nationality Act 2006, ... See more