The HJT Training Immigration Manual is now available for download as a pdf ebook. Ideal for anyone studying for OISC exams or for the Law Society’s immigration accreditation exams, it is the most comprehensive and up to date immigration law resource available for professionals. Simple illustrations and diagrams are used throughout and examples and ‘top tips’ are used to help bring practice points home.
The ebook runs to 540 pages and was last updated in September 2013, which is why it is on sale now as an ebook edition for only £29.99, down from its usual £70 in hard copy.
The HJT manual covers how immigration control works and who does what, immigration categories and policies, Appendix FM, the Points Based System, international protection and the Refugee Convention, asylum process and practice, human rights law, European Union law, British nationality law, detention, deportation and removal, race discrimination, the law of appeals, immigration criminal offences, professional ethics and practical skills.
I used to write and update the manual myself but the excellent Julian Bild has taken on that mantle in the last couple of years.
There are also now ebooks available in the small shop on the Immigration Act 2014 and on challenging visit visa refusals. I’ve also just finished the first draft of a further ebook on Surinder Singh so watch this space if you are interested in that.