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Family Migration & EU Update

Family Migration & EU Update

Our Family Migration & EU Update training course is designed as a half-day course, offering participants an overview of the recent development of EU Law and Family Migration.

View the Family Migration & EU Update course dates below, available in Birmingham or London.

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Family Migration & EU Update

The attitude towards exceptional circumstances, proportionality and precariousness in family life situations has been re-evaluated by the Court of Appeal. Additionally, EEA law has experienced a number of recent developments.

These include a series of noteworthy cases from the Upper Tribunal and the CJEU, plus amendments to the regulations. 

Contact our legal team for more information and to learn more about our immigration training courses.

  • Family Migration & EU Update

    Birmingham (Get Address)

    Immigration Advice Service
    Date: 18th February 2020 Start Time: 9:30 am Finish Time: 12:30 pm
    £150 per person

  • Family Migration & EU Update

    London (Get Address)

    Immigration Advice Service
    Date: 20th February 2020 Start Time: 9:30 am Finish Time: 12:30 pm
    £150 per person

How is the Family Migration & EU Update course structured?

Family Migration and EU update

The Court of Appeal has revisited the approach to proportionality, precariousness and exceptional circumstances in family life cases.

Besides, there have been many new developments in EEA law including amendments to the Regulations and a series of interesting cases from the CJEU and Upper Tribunal.

Catch up with our expert trainers.

Family migration

  • Latest Home Office guidance on children and developments on Family Law
  • New Court of Appeal decisions on precariousness and exceptional circumstances
  • One-stop notices and consent to raising new matters on appeal
  • Using documents from family proceedings

EU law

  • Summer 2019 amendments to EEA Regs 2016 for extended family members
  • Invalidity of EEA applications & specified evidence
  • Self sufficient children: CJEU reverses the law
  • New procedural and substantive rights for former family members?
  • Surinder Singh cases revitalised with UT’s rejection of “centre of life” tst
  • Adoption
  • Workers ceasing activities
  • Non-suspensive appeals
  • EU settled status scheme
  • Turkish workers and businesspeople
  • Damages in EU claims

Asylum and deportation

  • Latest cases on establishing a compelling case against deportation
  • Asylum updates: internal relocation, cessation, and procedures including Dublin 3
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