Training & Recruitment

At the Immigration Advice Service, we offer training and recruitment opportunities.

Our immigration training courses take place over two days and will cover areas such as UK Immigration Law, European Union Law and Asylum Law in a dynamic and stimulating format. The courses are very thorough; we offer three levels of OISC training: Level 1, Level 2 and Level 3.

They are designed to assist you in successfully passing your OISC assessment exams and the Law Society’s Immigration and Asylum Accreditation Scheme. Each level of training will cover the core syllabus material as well as exam preparation.

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Training

At Immigration Advice Service, we are able to provide CPD-accredited seminars and legal update training on immigration, nationality and asylum matters for your organisation or practice.

Immigration legislation, rules and regulations, together with the policies, practice and procedures of the UK Border Agency and the Immigration and Asylum Tribunal, are regularly subject to review and amendment. It is important for any provider of immigration services to keep up-to-date with these changes.

Recruitment

Immigration Advice Service is a dynamic and fast-growing provider of immigration advice, assistance and representation. With a nationwide network of offices we are regularly seeking to recruit new immigration caseworkers and administrative staff to join one of our teams.

We are a highly reputable organisation setting the standards in the immigration service-provider sector. We offer excellent opportunities to work alongside caseworkers and colleagues with decades of experience within both private and publicly funded immigration matters.

Interpreting Services

here at the Immigration Advice Service we have direct access to experienced interpreters, proficient in various languages and dialects, located throughout the UK. If you are interested in registering with IAS as an interpreter then please contact us.

The Immigration Advice Service is registered with and regulated by the Office of the Immigration Services Commissioner (OISC), the independent body responsible for maintaining professional standards and good practice across UK service-providers.

 

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