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Trafficking and Modern Slavery

The training will cover the definition of trafficking and outline indicators of modern slavery. The course will also review aspects of the decision-making process and the burden of proof in trafficking cases.

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    Trafficking and Modern Slavery

    The training will cover definition of trafficking, indicators of modern slavery, decision-making process and burden of proof in trafficking cases.

    Training will also cover in detail how to prepare trafficking cases i.e. witness statement drafting, requesting disclosure, drafting detailed representations in support.

    This course will take place remotely (over Zoom).

    Proposed date for this training is 30th September 2021 at 10 am.

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      Date: 30th September 2021 Start Time: 10:00 am Finish Time: 11:30 am
      £95.00 per person

    Why choose IAS' Immigration Training Courses?

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

    Our Trafficking and Modern Slavery training course will give you all the knowledge you need to know about this important topic.

    Our fully qualified and OISC regulated trainer will guide you through the process and ensure you are competent in all areas of this area as it relates to immigration law.

    This is an opportunity not to be missed by immigration/legal professionals.

    Contact our LondonManchester, or Birmingham immigration lawyers, or use the office finder to find your nearest office.

    Who is delivering this course?

    Heather Malunga is an immigration lawyer with many years’ experience. She is a qualified solicitor, having qualified in 2018. She is accredited at OISC level 3 and is also LSC accredited at Level 2 IAAS.

    Heather specialises in asylum, protection and judicial review matters. She provides advice to clients at all stages of their matters from initial advice, application, appeals to the first tier and Upper Tribunal. Heather also assists clients with challenging the unlawful decisions of public bodies by way of judicial review and also with damages claims in the county court.

     

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