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General Grounds Of Refusal

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    General Grounds Of Refusal

    Gain a comprehensive understanding of the critical aspects of immigration law with our course on General Grounds of Refusal. Designed to equip participants with essential knowledge and skills, this course delves into Part 9 of the Immigration Rules, providing a detailed overview of its key components.

    Throughout the course, participants will engage in interactive sessions, facilitated discussions, and practical exercises to reinforce their understanding of the material. By the end of the program, participants will be well-versed in the nuances of General Grounds of Refusal, equipped with the knowledge and skills necessary to navigate the complexities of immigration law confidently.

    Join us in this insightful journey to enhance your expertise in immigration law and ensure a solid foundation in understanding the general grounds of refusal.

    Joining links and instructions are sent out 24 hours before the course begins.

    Online Course

    Immigration Advice Service
    Date: 25th June 2024 Start Time: 10:00 am Finish Time: 2:00 pm
    £120 Per Person

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    Immigration Advice Service
    Date: 7th August 2024 Start Time: 10:00 am Finish Time: 2:00 pm
    £120 Per Person

    Online Course

    Immigration Advice Service
    Date: 9th October 2024 Start Time: 10:00 am Finish Time: 2:00 pm
    £120 Per Person

    Why Study with Immigration Advice Service?

    Immigration Advice Service has been providing professional immigration services for over 10 years in the public, private and corporate sectors.

    Our fully qualified and OISC regulated trainer will guide you through the process and ensure you are competent in the area of Unaccompanied Minors.

    Who Should Attend:

    Designed for immigration Legal Practitioners, Lawyers, Solicitors, Immigration Advisors.

    Course Content:

    1. Overview of Part 9 of the Immigration Rules:
      • Explore the structure and content of Part 9, gaining insights into the legal framework that governs immigration decisions.
      • Understand the significance of Part 9 in shaping the assessment process for visa applications.
    2. Limit of Application of the Rules:
      • Examine the specific categories exempted from certain provisions within Part 9.
      • Analyse scenarios where exceptions apply, enabling participants to navigate nuanced aspects of immigration law.
    3. Identifying Mandatory Refusals from Discretionary:
      • Develop the ability to distinguish between mandatory and discretionary grounds for refusal.
      • Learn how to apply legal principles to accurately assess whether a refusal is obligatory or discretionary in specific cases.
    4. Common Issues Encountered/Reasons for Refusal:
      • Delve into real-world case studies to identify common issues encountered in immigration applications.
      • Explore the reasons behind refusals and strategies for addressing and mitigating these issues.

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    Delegates are provided with an up-to-date handbook specifically written for the course which refers to relevant sources of law. It includes chapters on:

    The handbook can be used as a resource for daily practice and for the open-book OISC assessment tests.

    Attendance on our courses provides evidence of practitioners having considered and met their CPD requirements.

    Certificates of Attendance are issued which can be included in the practitioner’s CPD record.

    Our courses are always up-to-date with the latest legal changes and are suitable for those who are already regulated by OISC or accredited by the Law Society but are looking to refresh their knowledge and keep up to date with the latest developments in the law.

    Our Level 1 course is our introductory course. It is suitable for those who are complete beginners and for those who may have some practical experience but have not yet passed their Level 1 assessment.

    Our Level 2 course is designed for those who are already in practice at Level 1 and are preparing to take their Level 2 assessment or want to understand more complex casework.

    Our Level 3 course is for those who are already regulated at level 2 but are preparing to take their Level 3 assessment or want to understand how to tribunal appeals work.

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