Immigration and Asylum Law Short Courses
|Start Date||Start Time||Duration||Cost||Course Code||Apply|
|Thursday 5 October 2017||18:30 - 20:30||10 weekly classes||£440.00||CS1991||Enrolment Closed|
|Thursday 18 January 2018||18:30 - 20:30||10 weekly classes||£440.00||CS1991||Apply Now|
|Thursday 3 May 2018||18:30 - 20:30||10 weekly classes||£440.00||CS1991||Apply Now|
Students on the Immigration and Asylum Law short course will learn what the sources of law are. They are provided with refusal letters and case determinations in order to understand what the decision maker is considering, e.g. in a spousal refusal the judge may be examining the intention of the parties. Then discussion is held on the evidence that can demonstrate intention. Case scenarios are given to students drafted in a similar way to examination questions so those students who wish to progress their career in immigration law may be better prepared.
During this part-time Immigration and Asylum Law course the following topics are covered: nationality, visiting the UK, points based system applications from students and workers, marriage and family applications, asylum applications and appeals, human rights impacting on immigration and asylum matters, European Union law, removal, deportation and appeals.
Why choose the Immigration Law as an Author short course?
The Immigration and Asylum Law short course is taught over 10 weekly classes at City's central London location.
Tutored by industry experts, the programme combines expert knowledge with the flexibility of allowing you to continue working whilst developing new skills and abilities.
Nasreen Choudhury, a non-practising solicitor, came onto the Roll of Solicitors in 2004 and previously practised as a solicitor in the areas of welfare, immigration, family and criminal law. She has worked in private practice and for non-governmental agencies representing clients in high profile cases up to and including at the High Court.
Good written and spoken English.
What will I learn?
By the end of the course, you will be able to outline the main features of immigration law relating to work, dependents, legal status of refugees, penalties and appeals.
- British nationality;
- Points based system employment;
- Points based system students;
- Spouses and relatives;
- Human rights;
- Asylum handing;
- Asylum law;
- Appeals and deportation.
Immigration Law Handbook, Phelan & Gillespie, 9th edition 2015
OISC Level 1 Resource Booklet 10 October 2014
JCWI Immigration and Nationality Handbook.
A User's Guide to the System of British Immigration, Nationality and Refugee Law Immigration and Asylum - Emergency Procedures
Statutory materials will be available for reference in class.