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Deprivation of citizenship: legal and practical issues in preparing deprivation appeals

Monday 25 November 2019, 6:30pm - 8:00pm

Garden Court Chambers

This seminar is now fully booked. Please contact seminars@gclaw.co.uk if you would like to be added to the waiting list. 

Following the case of Hysaj v Secretary of State [2017] UKSC 82 [2018] 1 WLR 221, addressing the flawed nullity procedure adopted by the SSHD, and subsequent policy changes, many deprivation appeals are making their way through the Tribunal, and the current law is in a state of flux.

This seminar will provide practitioners with an overview of the legal and practical issues commonly arising in deprivation cases. 

Date: Monday 25 November 2019
Time: 6:30pm - 8:00pm, followed by drinks reception
Venue: Garden Court Chambers  
Areas of Law: Immigration Law

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Topics to be covered include

  • Deprivation v nullity and what remains of the “nullity” doctrine
  • The various deprivation powers under the British Nationality Act 1981
  • How human rights are relevant in these appeals
  • Immigration status following deprivation
  • Tactics and tips when preparing deprivation appeals

Speakers

Our panel of barrister speakers are from the Garden Court Chambers Immigration Team, recognised as the pre-eminent set of barristers in the UK for immigration law advice and the only set of barristers awarded the highest ‘Band 1’ status for immigration law advice by the independent Chambers Bar Guide rankings:

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This seminar is now fully booked. Please contact seminars@gclaw.co.uk if you would like to be added to the waiting list. 

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