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Free Briefing - Client's Facing Removal and the Abolition of Rule 395C

Posted by Mark Symes on 20 February 2012

Want to find out the implications of the abolition of rule 395C in terms of rights of appeal and review, its "replacement" by rule 353B and on what factors it is best to focus when writing further representations, the impact on "segregation" of variation and removal decisions, and the ongoing relevance of the "delay" policies in UKBA's Enforcement Instructions?

Immigration Practitioners are invited to benefit from the Briefing here as a Gift from HJT Training

Those wishing to claim One Hour of CPD by correctly answering Multiple Choice Questions, may send their answers to be marked and CPD awarded as appropriate by HJT for £25 - what better way to spend an idle moment on the train or bus to work? You can record your answers on paper at the time, and then send them to our office when convenient.

Comment(s)

GODWIN C EHUJOR said...

Dear Sirs, I will appreciate a copy of the Briefing.
Thanks for your assistance.
Regards,
Godwin Ehujor

Posted on Mon 05 Mar 2012 @ 18:51

Androulla Demetriou said...

Please click the link in the blog post and you may download the briefing

Posted on Tue 06 Mar 2012 @ 14:11

C Robinson said...

Hi - when I click on the blog post there is no link to download the briefing. Would it be possible for you to email it to me? Thanks very much!

Posted on Tue 21 Aug 2012 @ 05:37

C Robinson said...

Hi - when I click on the blog post there is no link to download the briefing. Would it be possible for you to email it to me? Thanks very much!

Posted on Tue 21 Aug 2012 @ 08:45

Adewuyi Joel Olorunfemi said...

I could not access the link to "replacement" by rule 353B. Please help.

Posted on Wed 26 Sep 2012 @ 09:03

C Robinson said...

Am afraid that the link still doesn't work for me!

Posted on Sat 05 Jan 2013 @ 11:55

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