Challenging Trafficking Decisions – Immigration And Criminal Implications Webinar
The number of referrals to the NRM have increased by approximately 30% in the last year. The majority of those referred to the NRM are ultimately found to be victims of trafficking (90% according to the ONS). However, they face lengthy delays, and multiple hiccups along the way.
In this free 1 hour webinar, Sandra Akinbolu and Amy Childs of The 36 Group will tackle how to ensure the referral is made to the NRM, how to protect your client from the effect of the lengthy delays, and how to challenge a negative decision, if you feel there are grounds to do so. The course is of interest to both criminal and immigration practitioners.
This webinar is aimed at immigration and criminal legal practitioners and those working with them, with an assumed basic knowledge of the topic area.
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Sandra is an experienced and approachable practitioner, specialising in Immigration, Asylum and Public law. Ranked as a Leading Junior by Legal 500 and Chambers & Partners, she is approachable, knowledgeable and committed to the interests of her clients.
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.