The Citizens Rights Project has organised a series of free on-line seminars looking at EU citizens’ rights in the UK after Brexit, featuring a wide range of legal experts and other speakers.
Our third seminar of the series “EU Citizens’ Rights in the UK after Brexit: the law and the practice” covers specific issues arising in applications for settled status. This will be of interest for all those advising on applications.
Janey Armstrong a parter at Drummond Miller solicitors will speak about some of the specific issues which can arise with settled status applications. She will describe the application process, the evidence required, reviews and appeals, eligibility to acquire settled status in shorter time period and other special categories, comparison with permanent residence, position of dual nationals, and also how UK citizenship can be acquired by EU citizens.
Janey has widespread experience in acting for EU citizens, and others, on citizenship and immigration issues.
This seminar will provide 1 hour CPD. PEAT Outcome: relevant legal knowledge.
Please register online on this page for this seminar. A list of further seminars is given below, together with links to the relevant Eventbrite page. Please book for each one separately. You can register for as many as you wish.
Thursday 14 May 2020, at 1600 Dorota Peszkowska, Project Officer, FENIKS EU Settlement Scheme Support project.
Dorota will provide information about how online applications for settled status can be made, and will give examples of the practical experience of applicants, typical issues raised, and sources of support and advice. Book for this event here.
Date TBC The ‘suitability test’ – the consequences of criminal convictions: Alan Caskie, Advocate.
Alan is one of the foremost practitioners in Scotland on immigration law, appearing in a very regular basis in both Court of Session and the immigration tribunals.
For earlier seminars in this series, see here.