Article 8 Update & Deprivation of Citizenship Appeals

Article 8 Update & Deprivation of Citizenship Appeals
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  • Intermediate
  • Released 6th Sep 2021
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In this session Adam will cover two hot immigration law topics. Adam will provide an update on the latest case law developments in relation to Article including children, adult dependent relatives, deportation, and allegations of serious harm. In the second half of the webinar Adam will look at deprivation of citizenship appeals which are on the rise at present. Adam will look at the latest deprivation case law and the relevance of discretion, delay and Article 8.

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Learning objectives:

  • The latest thinking on Article 8
  • How to argue Article 8 in various types of cases
  • The current approach to Article 8 in deportation cases
  • The statutory basis for deprivation decisions
  • The relevant legal tests for deprivation of citizenship
  • The latest case law on deprivation
  • The relevance of Article 8 in deprivation appeals.

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Adam Pipe

Barrister • No 8 Chambers

Adam has been a barrister since 1999 and practices in all areas of immigration and asylum law. For many years Adam has been ranked by Chambers and Partners as one of the leading Immigration Law specialists in the Midlands. The 2015 edition stated, “He is a case law guru who is always very well prepared in front of the Tribunal.”

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