Online Seminar | Settled Status and pre-settled status

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Online Seminar | Settled Status and pre-settled status

May 6, 2020 @ 4:00 pm - 5:30 pm

The Citizens Rights Project has organised a series of free on-line webinars looking at EU citizens’ rights in the UK after Brexit, featuring a wide range of legal experts and other speakers.

Our second webinar of the series “EU Citizens’ Rights in the UK after Brexit: the law and the practice” will be run by Kenneth Campbell QC.

EU citizens who wish to remain in the UK after the end of 2020 will in most cases have to apply under the EU Settlement Scheme to do so, and if successful will be awarded ‘settled status’ or ‘pre-settled status.’ Kenneth Campbell will describe the scheme, including the details of who needs or is able to apply, qualifications to obtain status, definition of ‘continuous residence’, what rights will be acquired by having settled or pre-settled status, and what rights children and other family members can acquire.

As well as providing legal advice for EU citizens, Kenneth has considerable experience in human rights and wider public law litigation.

Please register online on this page for this seminar.

This seminar will provide 1 hour CPD. PEAT Outcome: relevant legal knowledge.

A list of the 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. All are free.

12 May 2020, 1600. Specific issues in applying for settled status: Janey Armstrong, Partner, Drummond Miller solicitors

Janey has widespread experience in acting for EU citizens, and others, on citizenship and immigration issues. Book here for this seminar.

14 May 2020, 1600 The experience of applicants for settled status: Dorota Peszkowska, Project Officer, FENIKS EU Settlement Scheme Support project

Dorota Peszkowska 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 here for this seminar.

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 details of the first event in this series, on 29 April, please see here.


May 6, 2020
4:00 pm - 5:30 pm
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