Challenging Refusal Of Naturalisation Or Registration As A British Citizen On ‘Good Character’ Grounds: Part 1
In this free 2 part webinar series, leading practitioners Eric Fripp and Amy Childs of 36 Public and Human Rights, The 36 Group, outline the parameters for refusal of British nationality on the basis of lack of ‘good character’, how to anticipate issues, and how to contest refusals.
Part 1 will be held on 13 September 2022 and covers ‘good character’ decisions based on deception/dishonesty, financial soundness, notoriety, immigration related acts/omissions, or past deprivation of nationality.
Part 2 will be held on 27 September 2022 and covers ‘good character’ decisions based on criminality and linkage to international crime or terrorism.
This webinar is aimed at legal practitioners and those working with them, with an assumed basic knowledge of the topic area.
Date and Time
This free webinar will be held on Tuesday 13 September 2022 at 1pm.
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Recording & Registration
Please register for either Part 1 or Part 2 to attend one or both parts of the webinar series as the joining instructions you receive will allow you attend Parts 1 and 2.
Details of how to view the recordings and slides of Parts 1 and 2 of the webinar series will be provided to everyone that registers.
The recording and slides will be available to view for three months from the date of the webinars.
Eric is an experienced practitioner specialising in immigration, asylum, nationality, and human rights, with a strong public and international law element. He has long been ranked as a Leading Junior by the Legal 500 and Chambers & Partners Bar UK directories, where he has been cited both as ‘very committed, and sensitive to clients’ interests’ and for his ‘exceptional analytical skills’, ‘thorough drafting’, and skill as an advocate. He is listed in all recent editions of the Best Lawyers in the United Kingdom.
Amy is a public law practitioner with a wide ranging immigration practice including judicial review challenges and appeals to Court of Appeal level. She has particular expertise in working with vulnerable clients and is known for care and sensitivity to client’s interests and for the quality of her work.