You will find a wide range of training courses and how-to videos available on Free Movement. Our courses are written in clearly, plain language and include links to resources, talking head videos or podcasts. Feedback is excellent and we are always adding new materials and updating old courses.
Our courses are ideal for use for continuing professional development by solicitors, OISC advisers and barristers and will also be useful to members of the public wanting to learn more about immigration law or their own situation and considering making their own application.
- Over 40 hours of training available
- Courses for beginner, intermediate and advanced levels
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- Feedback is 86% “excellent”… and 14% “good”
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Keep yourself up to date with the monthly update collections, podcasts and quizzes based on the legal content on Free Movement. Listen to a 25 minute podcast, take the 10 question quiz and download a certificate to prove you know what is going on!
Lodging and preparing an immigration appeal
How to lodge and then prepare for an immigration appeal, looking at what makes a good witness statement, drafting a skeleton argument and preparing a good quality appeal bundle.
EU free movement law and applications
Learn who qualifies for free movement rights of residence and permanent residence, how to make an application and what evidence is necessary.
Immigration Act 2016
The Immigration Act 2016 builds on and extends the effects of the Immigration Act 2014, further reducing appeal rights, replacing temporary admission with a completely new Immigration Bail, creating new criminal offences and modifying others, extending enforcement powers and more. Course includes 32 minutes of key point videos and clear signposting on what is in force and what is not.
These are just some of the courses that are available. Other courses include costs in immigration cases, representing children in the immigration tribunal, social media for lawyers, urgent injunction applications, Surinder Singh applications, visit visas and Appendix V, the Immigration Act 2014, unlawful detention, Zambrano and derived rights of residence, refugee law in the UK and more.
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