Webinar: Administrative Reviews and Appeals in EU Settlement Scheme applications.

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Webinar: Administrative Reviews and Appeals in EU Settlement Scheme applications.

March 13, 2023 @ 4:30 pm - 5:30 pm

13/3/2023, 1630 – 1730 | Administrative Reviews and Appeals in EU Settlement Scheme applications. Speaker: Iain Halliday, Advocate

Although more than six million people have already applied for status under the EUSS, tens of thousands are still awaiting decisions. In addition, many applications by family members, or late applications (which can still be made) are being submitted each month. Anyone who makes a valid EUSS application and is refused, or granted only pre-settled status, can challenge the decision by lodging an administrative review to the Home Office or (depending on the date of application) by appeal to the immigration tribunal.

This webinar will explain the rules and procedure under which such reviews and appeals can be lodged. Iain is a leading expert on the EUSS and immigration law generally. He has developed a particular specialism in EU free movement law and the EU Settlement Scheme. Iain regularly appears in the immigration tribunal to represent clients in deportation, EEA, EUSS, human rights, and asylum appeals.




* This webinar series, aimed at legal practitioners and other relevant professionals/voluntary workers, consists of 3 online sessions covering different aspects of the EU Settlement Scheme (EUSS), an immigration regime introduced by the Home Office in March 2019. You can attend as many as you want.

** You must make a minimum donation of £1 per session to join. However, we are encouraging a donation of £5 – 10 per webinar, if you are able to do so. Citizens Rights Project is a charity, and donations will be used to help our work providing information, advice and support to EU nationals and their family members in Scotland.

To book places, please make a booking for each individual seminar that you wish to attend.

Each webinar will qualify for 1 hour CPD.


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