|Speaker||Lena Hung, Carina Ford, Cahal Fairfield and Rupert Timms|
|Date||7 Jun 2019|
Migration Law Online Bundle
Session 1: Developments, Trends and Challenges in 2018. Session 2: Drafting Do’s and Don’ts. Session 3: Migration Law Case Update 2018. Session 4: Visa, Behaviour, Cancellations and Consequences.
Developments, Trends and Challenges in 2018
This session will address recent and emerging legislative developments including:
- The progress of The Australian Citizenship Legislation Amendment (Strengthening the Requirements for Australian Citizenship and Other Measures) Bill 2017;
- Migration Amendment (Regulation of Migration Agents) Bill 2018;
- The progress of the Newly Arrived Resident’s Waiting Period (NARWP) due to commence 1 July 2018; and
- Training Benchmarks and Skilling Australia Fund (SAF)
Our presenter will also address:
- The practical challenges of staying ahead of constant changes to legislation, processes and procedures.
- Uncertainty around Government discretion that may seem contradictory in application.
Presented by: Lena Hung, Principal, Accredited Immigration Law Specialist, Lena Hung & Associates
Drafting Do’s and Don’ts
This session will focus on the do’s and don’ts of drafting for migration lawyers including:
- Submissions; and
Presented by: Carina Ford, Managing Partner, Accredited Immigration and Administrative Law Specialist, Carina Ford Immigration Lawyers
Migration Law Case Update 2018
This session will address recent notable cases in the Federal Court and AAT, including up to date cases dealing with the ‘fast-track’ refugee determination process.
The Ultimate Case update to ensure you are not left behind!
Presented by: Cahal Fairfield, Barrister, Victorian Bar
Visa, Behaviour, Cancellations and Consequences
Our presenter will address the legal consequences and options available for a client who faces the refusal or cancellation of a visa arising from matters including:
- Family related issues including family violence;
- Criminal charges or Intervention Orders;
and will discuss the difficulty that one party may have when raising family violence issues in light of the possible consequences.
Presented by: Rupert Timms, Principal, Accredited Immigration Law Specialist, Timms Immigration Lawyers
What is included:
Videos of the presentation in mp4 format.
Paper materials in pdf format.
Professional Skills: 1.0
Substantive Law: 3.0