Immigration Essentials for Lawyers (Melbourne) 16.03.2016
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16 Mar 2016
THREE DAY COURSE | WEDNESDAY 16 - THURSDAY 17 - FRIDAY 18 MARCH 2016
Please note: Day 2 and 3 start at 8.30am.
Immigration Essentials™ for Lawyers is a comprehensive course designed for legal practitioners wishing to provide migration advice. The three day course will give a complete overview of visa classes, case law, and government policy and procedure.
Taught by accredited specialists and experienced immigration lawyers
The course assists in navigating the maze of regulations, as well as understanding the visa application process, exceptional circumstances, skills assessment requirements and state sponsorship. This course will give you increased confidence in dealing with migration cases and clients.
- Introduction to Migration Procedure and Visa Applications
- Bridging Visas
- Character Provisions
- Health Criteria
- Partner Visas
- Subclass 457
- Employer Nomination Scheme
- Student Visas
- General Skilled Migration
- Merits Review & Judicial Review
- Ethics & Professional Practise
- Additional topic to be confirmed
Course participants must hold a current legal practising certificate or be in the final stage of a law degree. No prior knowledge of immigration law is required.
Costs $799 for students, $999 for Members, $1199 for non Members.
Upon completion of all 3 days of the program, 10 CPD Points reported to MARA, a hard copy compilation of all course materials and catered breaks.
Venue: Saxons Training Facility, Level 8, 500 Collins St, Melbourne 3000
MIA Cancellation Policy:
The MIA retains the right to cancel any event, CPD or Conference. If an event is cancelled the Institute will immediately inform registered participants and issue either a refund or credit note.
MIA Refund Policy:
Due to Office of the MARA seminar capacity restrictions, unfulfilled registrations take up valuable places in MIA CPD courses. Reimbursement or the issuance of credit notes for those who fail to attend is entirely at the discretion of the MIA and will only be considered under compelling circumstances.
- MIA IEL Brochure and Registration Form 2016.pdf ( 308.3 kB )