Job ad: accredited immigration adviser, Citizens Advice Portsmouth

Accredited Immigration Adviser (OISC level 3 or IAAS level 2) Hours: 37 Salary: £35k pa Type of contract: 6-month fixed term with strong possibility of further extension Location: Citizens Advice Portsmouth head office / remote Our Purpose To provid ...

19th October 2020 By

Coronavirus and the UK immigration system

This is where we keep tabs on changes to UK immigration laws, rules and procedures brought on by the coronavirus pandemic. We’ve been trying to keep this post continually up to date rather than covering new coronavirus developments as separate b ...

16th October 2020 By

Job ad: EUSS Hub Coordinator, Public Law Project

EUSS Hub Coordinator £29,628 – £37,092 per annum, pro rata, dependent on experience. (This range is per our pay scale and will be adjusted accordingly). The deadline for applications is 11.59pm Monday 26th October 2020. Contract term: 12 mon ...

8th October 2020 By

New training courses available

The end of the continuing professional development year looms (for solicitors in England and Wales at any rate; other professions and jurisdictions are available). Here on Free Movement we have a massive selection of training courses and other online ...

8th October 2020 By

Deputy editor sought for Journal of Immigration, Asylum and Nationality Law

The Journal of Immigration, Asylum and Nationality Law (JIANL) is the only peer-reviewed journal on British immigration law. It is the official journal of the Immigration Law Practitioners’ Association and has a wide readership among interested ...

2nd September 2020 By

Useful briefing on changes to Northern Ireland family immigration rules

Changes to family visa rules for people from Northern Ireland come into force in a few days’ time, 24 August 2020. Una Boyd outlined the reforms and the background to them on Free Movement when they were announced. We’ve just stumbled acr ...

19th August 2020 By

How to use the slip rule to fix a permission to appeal error

In the case of Ali (permission decisions: errors; slip rule) Pakistan [2020] UKUT 249 (IAC) the Upper Tribunal has held that there is a process for fixing massive cock-ups in an immigration judge’s decision on permission to appeal — so not ...

18th August 2020 By

Job ad: solicitor / caseworker / barrister, Migrants’ Law Project

Migrants’ Law ProjectSolicitor/Caseworker/Barrister Salary Band £34,986 – £38,404A salary of £44,373 may be considered for those at Supervisor level with high levels of experience and expertiseAnnual leave: 25 days per annum plus bank h ...

17th August 2020 By

Upper Tribunal ruling on discretion to reunite refugee families under Dublin III

In R (BAA & Anor) v Secretary of State for the Home Department (Dublin III: judicial review; SoS’s duties) [2020] UKUT 227 (IAC), the Upper Tribunal takes the opportunity to review Article 17 of the Dublin III Regulation, which provides a ge ...

30th July 2020 By

What does the Life in the UK Handbook say about who the British people are?

This is a guest post by Isaac Abraham, Nath Gbikpi, Tom Hardwick, Barry O’Leary and Mala Savjani. On 22 July 2020, over 180 historians of Britain, the British Empire, and colonialism published an open letter calling for the review of the history cha ...

22nd July 2020 By

Podcast: Welcome to Britain book launch, with Satbir Singh of JCWI

In this bumper bonus episode, Free Movement editor Colin Yeo is interviewed by Satbir Singh, chief executive of the migrants’ rights charity JCWI. The subject of the interview is of course Colin’s book, published on 29 June 2020.  Welcome to Brit ...

3rd July 2020 By

Job ad: Solicitor / Caseworker / Barrister, Migrants’ Law Project

Migrants’ Law ProjectSolicitor/Caseworker/Barrister Salary Band £34,986 – £38,404A salary of £44,373 may be considered for those at Supervisor level with high levels of experience and expertise Annual leave: 25 days per annum plus bank holid ...

4th March 2020 By

New immigration judges appointed

More immigration judge appointments have been trickling in this month: Jennifer Bartlett, 39, solicitor Idris Evans, 53, solicitor Nicholas Aldridge, 48, solicitor Daniel Sills, 40, solicitor turned barrister Julius Komorowski, 37, advocate Nawraz Kar ...

28th February 2020 By

Introduction to immigration law ebook now available

Are you learning about immigration law in the United Kingdom? We have just published Introduction to immigration law: everything you need to get started. This introductory ebook is perfect for beginners getting to grips with immigration law and practi ...

24th February 2020 By

Free Settlement Guide to help European kids in care

The AIRE Centre has launched a free Settlement Guide to help EU children and young people better understand their legal rights after Brexit. It is aimed in particular at the estimated 5,000 EU citizen children in care, and those who have recently left ...

17th February 2020 By

Tier 1 (Exceptional Talent) visa to be rebranded from next month

The Tier 1 (Exceptional Talent) visa will be rebranded as the “Global Talent” route from 20 February. The science funding agency UK Research and Innovation will be able to endorse applicants for the rejigged route, according to a governmen ...

27th January 2020 By

Ian Macdonald QC: A personal reminiscence by Sir Nicholas Blake

Recent accounts of Ian’s life have brought more detail of his early years and his robust defence tactics at trial such as those of the Mangrove defendants. Whilst those paying tribute have acknowledged him as the father of British immigration law, ...

9th January 2020 By

Job ad: lawyer (solicitor, barrister, IAAS Level 2 caseworker or OISC advisor), Safe Passage

Do you want to help child refugees access safe, legal routes to sanctuary?  Do you want to join a ground-breaking, determined and compassionate charity that is leading the fight for child refugees caught in limbo in Europe and elsewhere?  Safe Passa ...

19th December 2019 By

Job ad: immigration solicitor, Douglass Simon

Douglass Simon Solicitors, a highly regarded and established firm, seeks an ambitious Immigration solicitor to be based at our Richmond office. Richmond is an affluent area easily accessible by public transport. The firm: We are a well-established and ...

8th November 2019 By

Job ads: immigration consultant and immigration assistant, BIC

Breytenbachs Immigration Consultants Ltd, based in London (EC), have two positions available: one for an immigration consultant and one for an immigration assistant. OISC Level 2 Immigration Consultant * London EC We are inviting OISC registered consu ...

14th October 2019 By

JCWI survey for lawyers who help migrants regularise their immigration status

The Joint Council for the Welfare of Immigrants (JCWI) is collecting responses to this short survey aimed at immigration practitioners who represent or advise undocumented migrants seeking to regularise their status in the UK. The charity wants data t ...

4th October 2019 By

Job ad: lawyer (solicitor, barrister or OISC adviser), Safe Passage

Do you want to help child refugees access safe, legal routes to sanctuary? Do you want to join a ground-breaking, determined and compassionate charity that is leading the fight for child refugees caught in limbo in Europe and elsewhere? Safe Passage i ...

30th September 2019 By

Job ad: immigration solicitor, Katani & Co

Owing to continued and steady growth we are seeking to recruit an experienced immigration law solicitor. Whilst we will give due consideration to applicants from all levels of experience, we would particularly be interested to hear from practitioners ...

25th September 2019 By

Job ad: part-time immigration caseworker, Fernandes Vaz

We are seeking a bright and motivated person to manage immigration casework at Fernandes Vaz, a specialist immigration and nationality law firm based in Wembley.  You must have at least proven experience in casework and be able to manage your own wor ...

11th September 2019 By

Job ad: Solicitor / Caseworker / Barrister, Migrants’ Law Project at Islington Law Centre

Migrants’ Law ProjectSolicitor/Caseworker/Barrister Salary Band £34,986 – £38,404A salary of £44,373 may be considered for those at Supervisor level with high levels of experience and expertise Annual leave: 25 days per annum plus bank holiday ...

4th September 2019 By

Job ad: Head of Legal Practice, ATLEU

ATLEU job vacancy — Head of Legal Practice Hours: 35 per week (flexible and part-time working considered) Salary: circa £36,000 plus 5% employer pension contribution Leave: 28 days including bank holidays Location: London / Sheffield (regular t ...

27th August 2019 By

Job ad: Immigration Caseworker/Solicitor, Central England Law Centre

Role: Immigration Caseworker/Solicitor Hours: part-time 18.5 hrs Based: at our Coventry Office Salary: negotiable up to £29,704 pro rata based on experience and qualifications We seek an experienced caseworker to manage a specialist immigration and a ...

13th August 2019 By

Job ad: Immigration Caseworker / Solicitor, ATLEU

Post: Immigration caseworker / solicitor Reports to: Immigration supervisor Salary: £21,000 to £27,000 p/a (depending on experience and level of accreditation) Hours: 35 hours per week Leave: 28 days including bank holidays Location: Sheffield (with ...

25th July 2019 By

Job ad: Senior Lawyer (Solicitor/Barrister), Safe Passage

Do you want to help child refugees access safe, legal routes to sanctuary? Do you want to join a ground-breaking, determined and compassionate charity that is leading the fight for child refugees caught in limbo in Europe and elsewhere? Safe Passage i ...

5th July 2019 By

Job ad: Head of Legal Protection, Helen Bamber Foundation

JOB TITLE: Head of Legal Protection  CONTRACT: Sabbatical Cover (10 months cover; full-time 37.5 hours per week) SALARY: £45,000 p.a.   BENEFITS: 22.5 days holiday, plus 4% matched pension contribution LOCATION: Camden, Central London ...

28th June 2019 By

Job ad: Public Law Solicitor and Training Lead, ATLEU

Post: Public or Immigration Law Solicitor and Training Lead Reports to: Head of Legal PracticeSalary: circa £33,000 p/a (depending on experience)                5% employer pension contributionHours: 35 hours per week (flexible or part-time w ...

20th June 2019 By

Scathing Court of Appeal waves away college’s sponsor licence appeal

It is a matter of regret and concern that this case has taken over four years to come to appeal and has been pursued despite a complete lack of merit on any ground. So said Lord Justice Haddon-Cave in R (London St Andrew’s College) v Secretary o ...

4th December 2018 By

Job ad: trainee solicitor, Carter Thomas

Carter Thomas Solicitors is a leading UK immigration law firm listed in both The Legal 500 and Chambers and Partners. We act for businesses, education providers and individuals requiring advice on an exciting range of immigration law issues. We offer ...

20th September 2018 By

Job ad: legal officer, UK Lesbian & Gay Immigration Group

  FULL- OR PART-TIME LEGAL OFFICER We have an exciting opportunity to advance the rights of LGBTQI+ asylum seekers and refugees! We are recruiting a legal officer to help improve the representation of LGBTQI+ asylum seekers and create change with ...

5th September 2018 By

Job ad: Hackney Community Law Centre seeks Immigration and Public Law Solicitor

HACKNEY COMMUNITY LAW CENTRE seeks Immigration and Public Law Solicitor: salary negotiable Key duties: Must be IAAS accredited at Level 2 Senior Caseworker Level and also hold Supervisor status. Provide a specialist asylum and immigration advice, ca ...

7th August 2018 By

Job ad: Legal Officer, Freedom from Torture

Role: Legal officer Contract: Permanent Location: Manchester Part-Time: 14 hours per week Salary: £13,590 p.a. pro-rata (full-time equivalent salary £33,975) plus generous holiday entitlement, pension scheme and group life assurance Job Ref: R19 Si ...

19th April 2018 By

Job ad: Katani & Co Solicitors

Owing to continued and steady growth we are seeking to recruit an experienced immigration law solicitor. Whilst we will give due consideration to applicants from all levels of experience, we would particularly be interested to hear from practitioners ...

19th February 2018 By

Job ad: Westkin Associates

  Job Summary A boutique immigration law firm based in the heart of London’s Mayfair is currently looking for an experienced immigration lawyer. Applicants must hold level 1 OISC / LSC accreditation or better and/or be actively working towa ...

9th February 2018 By

Job ad: A Y & J Solicitors

Immigration Solicitor £30,000 — £50,000 pa depending on experience — Full-time, Permanent We offer the right candidate the possibility of developing skills and career progression. You will get to work on various and challenging immigration cases ...

22nd January 2018 By

Job ad: Solicitor – Immigration at Drummond Miller LLP

Job Title: Solicitor – Immigration (NQ – 2 years PQE) Organisation: Drummond Miller LLP Website: www.drummondmiller.co.uk Location: City Centre, Glasgow Deadline for Applications: 26th January 2018 Salary: Competitive Contact: Sam Leek Due ...

15th January 2018 By
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