Advanced: Dublin 3 and third country returns within the EU: 2 CPD

  • Course Level: Advanced / OISC L3

About this course

Here we look at developments surrounding third country returns and in particular at the EU legislation known as “Dublin 3”. That is the instrument which now generally governs the procedures by which one European Union member state only will be identified as responsible for a particular asylum claim. In practice this tends to be the state where they were first detected as entering the European Union territory subject to having relatives or family members present in other countries, or other special circumstances such as having been granted a visa for another country.

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Modules within this course

  1. The Dublin 3 Regulation

    About the Dublin 3 Regulation.
  2. The hierarchy and discretion

    Covering the new hierarchy in Dublin 3 and the possibility of exercise of discretion by member states.
  3. Safeguards, detention, remedies and vulnerable asylum seekers

    Covering procedural safeguards in Dublin 3, detention powers and limitations, the need for effective remedies and removal of vulnerable asylum seekers.
  4. Challenges based on reception conditions

    The law and practicalities of running a challenge to a third country removal based on reception conditions in the state to which removal is proposed.
  5. Assisting clients to come to the UK

    Assisting clients where the UK is the recipient of a Take Charge Request.