The area of law governing the rights of non-EU citizens to residence in the UK. These immigration law training courses will cover topics such as borders, citizenship, border agency and immigration law updates.
Immigration law is a diverse and fast-paced area of practice, so it is imperative that practitioners have access to up-to-date immigration training courses. Accessible for a period of 12-months using any internet connected device, our immigration law courses are perfect for those seeking to complete immigration law training online via distance learning.
Whether you are seeking topical immigration law courses for lawyers or more general introductory immigration law training for paralegals, legal executives and trainees, Datalaw can help.
We offer an impressive selection of immigration law courses such as 5-star rated titles Dublin Third Country Returns, NHS Charges and Child Rights in Immigration – Future Developments all of which will be of interested to practitioners of varying levels of experience. Ben Amunwa’s Immigration Bail under the Immigration Act 2016 will be equally useful; Described as “very informative and well presented” this immigration law course is ideal for viewers wishing to remain up to date in this key area of immigration practice.
Other immigration law course highlights include Costs in Immigration Judicial Reviews in the Upper Tribunal; summarised by one user as “an invaluable insight in the assessment of costs” this course is essential for practitioners who appear at the Upper Tribunal. Similarly, immigration law course Deport Now, Appeal Later and Out-of-Country Appeals will ensure that viewers are familiar with the decision in the case of Kiarie and Byndloss and will provide practitioners with an analytical toolkit for responding to clients whose claims have been affected by the certification power in section 94B NIAA 2002.
Whether you are a newly qualified practitioner starting out at court, or someone with greater PQE looking to hone your immigration advocacy skills, Kahiye Alim’s aptly titled Advocacy at the Immigration Tribunal will be invaluable. Kahiye is considered one of the leading Asylum and Immigration Lawyers practising in the UK, making the range of immigration law training courses which he has delivered for Datalaw indispensable. Outlining what is expected of advocates at the Immigration Tribunal, this immigration law course will assist viewers adapt their immigration advocacy style in line with best practice and procedure and will focus on how to appeal immigration decisions successfully.
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