Asylum Claims from Unaccompanied Minors - What You Need to Know
In the year ending March 2020, the UK received 3,463 applications for asylum from unaccompanied children. As legal service providers cope with increasing demand, they must also be fully versed in the implications of Immigration Bail (including the ‘no study’ condition), Calais Leave, and Dubs Leave.
This new webinar is aimed at practitioners of asylum law looking for an introduction or a refresher in the specifics of minor asylum cases.
What You Will Learn
This webinar will cover the following:
- The relevant legislation including paragraph 350 of the Immigration Rules HC395 and section 55 of the Borders, Citizenship, and Immigration Act 2009
- The implications of UASC Leave
- Calais Leave (paragraph 352I of the Immigration Rules) and Dubs Leave (section 67 of the Immigration Act 2016)
- Immigration bail and how to appeal ‘no study’ conditions
- The Welfare Interview, the Statement of Evidence, and the Asylum Interview - how to prepare
- Age assessments and how to challenge (R (on the application of) v London Borough of Merton)
- The appeal
- Special procedural provisions
- Best practices and safeguarding
This webinar was recorded on 14th December 2020
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