Intermediate: Article 8, the Immigration Act and the Immigration Rules: 2 CPD

Intermediate: Article 8, the Immigration Act and the Immigration Rules: 2 CPD

The purported incorporation of Article 8 into the Immigration Rules in July 2012 has caused considerable confusion for lawyers and judges and generated much ongoing litigation. This course reviews the old and new case law and looks at some of the available arguments when attempting to run a ‘traditional’ human rights case.

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You can explore the course contents below:

Module 1 Statutory considerations
Unit 1 Introduction
Unit 2 Commencement
Unit 3 Having regard
Unit 4 Considerations in all cases
Unit 5 Considerations in deportation cases
Unit 6 Conflict between the Act and the Immigration Rules
Module 2 Private life rules
Unit 1 Paragraph 276ADE
Unit 2 Deportation and private life
Unit 3 Home Office guidance on deportation
Unit 4 Lacunae in the rules
Module 3 Family life rules
Unit 1 Spouses and partners
Unit 2 Children
Unit 3 Other relatives
Unit 4 Podcast interview with Gabriella Bettiga on exceptional circumstances applications
Module 4 Article 8 case law
Unit 1 Tribunal cases
Unit 2 Higher court cases
Unit 3 Suggested legal summary for submissions
Unit 4 Conclusion
Unit 5 Final Quiz
Unit 6 Feedback form
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