Immigration & Asylum Appeals and Court Procedures

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Description

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    Short course

  • Location

    London

  • Duration

    1 Day

Description

At the end of the course participants will be able to: prepare and present an asylum appeal. advocate before the Asylum and Immigration Tribunal.

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London
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EC1V 9RT

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Course programme

Immigration & Asylum Appeals and Court Procedures How to win asylum appeals - preparation and presentation One day 10am - 5pm
CPD: 5.5 hours
Level: Intermediate/Advanced/LSC level 2/OISC level 3
Trainer: Amir Zaidi
Winning appeals against refusal of asylum remains one of the difficult areas of immigration law. With focused preparation and careful presentation, however, the chances of success can increase dramatically. This course is designed to maximise chances of success in asylum appeals by giving candidates clear guidance from a barrister who has presented thousands of appeals before the Asylum and Immigration Tribunal. The course will provide candidates with proven tactical approaches to common problems in asylum appeals as well as a thorough grounding in requirements of counsel, solicitors and caseworkers in presenting appeals.
Course content
  • how to prepare your client for giving evidence
  • credibility - ensuring your case is believed by the Immigration Judge
  • using the current appeals structure to your advantage
  • case law and Procedure Rules - advantages and pitfalls
  • the responsibilities of caseworkers in presenting oral and documentary evidence
  • discussion of relevant standards of proof, issues of persecution, exclusion, credibility
  • current case law on practice and procedure
  • case study discussions - common pitfalls and how to get around them
  • submissions - leading the Immigration Judge to your conclusions
Objectives
At the end of the course participants will be able to:
  • prepare and present an asylum appeal
  • advocate before the Asylum and Immigration Tribunal

Immigration & Asylum Appeals and Court Procedures

Price on request