05/10/2017 5:00pm to 05/10/2017 7:00pm
The Supreme Court in Kiarie and Byndloss, R (on the applications of) v Secretary of State for the Home Department  UKSC on 14 June 2017 made a ground-breaking judgement that deportation pursuant certificates under section 94 B of the Nationality, Immigration and Asylum Act 2002 would breach the procedural requirements of article 8.
The workshop will look at all aspects of the certification process from the Secretary of State for the Home Department’s (‘SSHD’) decision to certify under sections 94 A and B and 96 of the Nationality, Immigration and Asylum Act 2002 (as amended) to challenging the certificate by way of judicial review at the Upper Tribunal (IAC).
Delegates will receive practical guidance from a trainer with over 20 years’ experience in presenting immigration matters at Immigration Tribunals, and superior courts of record. Case studies/examples will be used to highlight recurring problems and best practice. This is a practical workshop for immigration advisors /solicitors with basic/intermediate level of experience in immigration and asylum matters
The workshop will look at:
- brief introduction to protection and human rights claims
- Home Office policy certification – protection and human rights claims - ‘clearly unfounded’
- Home Office policy certification – protection and human rights claims- ‘serious irreversible harm’
- Home Office policy: late claims
- section 94 and B of NIAA – human rights claims
- section 96- late claims
New caselaw, including Kiarie & Byndloss and FR and Anr (Albania)  EWCA Civ 605
- Judicial review – nature and scope on certification matters
Objectives: At the end of the workshop delegates will have gained a better understanding and added confidence when dealing with clients.