Challenging ‘Genuineness’ Decisions - A Guide for Immigration Professionals
Since appeal rights for applications that do not involve human rights or protection claims were taken away by the coming into force of the Immigration Act 2014, it has become essential to ensure that applications are well-prepared and evidentially comprehensive. This is especially the case for business and working categories where there is a ‘genuineness’ test to satisfy. But what if the application is still refused?
Designed for lawyers working in immigration law, both at application stage and within immigration judicial review proceedings, this virtual classroom seminar will provide you with a comprehensive overview of the strategies and grounds of challenge that you can consider pursuing when taking on such challenges.
What You Will Learn
This live and interactive session will cover the following:
- A summary of the relevant rules relating to business and work categories where a ‘genuineness test’ needs to be satisfied
- Some tips on the preparation of evidence and the conduct of applications so as to avoid applications being refused
- An overview of the relevant Home Office guidance
- A detailed analysis of the relevant case-law and potential grounds to pursue concerning conduct of genuineness interviews and genuineness assessments
Recording of live sessions: Soon after the Learn Live session has taken place you will be able to go back and access the recording - should you wish to revisit the material discussed.