OISC training & IAAS Immigration Accreditation Exam training

OISC Training is essential for success in the exam and with some of the finest immigration lawyers in our OISC Level 3 team who else is best placed to give you the assistance you need? Not only do we provide you with the best OISC Training available we also provide interactive and engaging training that we feel will encourage you to enjoy the days in our training center.

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"Very happy with the Immigration Accreditation Exam training received from Miran Uddin. I found his teaching style very thorough and this helped me achieve what I set out to gain from the course. I will not hesitate to recommend Optimus Law training to every person looking for where to learn Immigration Law from the best."
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OISC Training Level 1, 2, 3

With the wealth of experience, we have now introduced this new service where we use our experience, knowledge and skills to assist those who wish to become an accredited Immigration caseworker and for those who wish to progress and develop their skills through OISC Training and different Immigration Accreditation training levels and regulatory bodies.

We anticipate that the Immigration Accreditation Exam training sessions will be identified by those who require training throughout the different OISC Training /IAAS Training Levels..

The OISC training and IAAS training sessions are pertinent to practitioners, designed with their needs and interests in mind

If you are interested in attending a OISC training course please fill out our quick and easy form.

Alternatively you can contact our team on 0121 516 0288 or directly by email at info@optimuslaw.co.uk.

Our mission

Optimus Law’s training providers work together to achieve the best outcomes for the delegates and to perform to the highest standards . We are committed to delivering these courses as a source of inspiration to all attendees.Our aim is to become UK’s No. 1 Immigration Accreditation Exam training provider & we know we can only achieve our goal by providing our client’s value for their money.

Immigration Accreditation Exam Training Event(s):

Please click the title of each training course for further information relating to that event.

OISC Training Level 1 & 3 Dates to be confirmed soon

Event details

This course provide vital learning for those who wish to become OISC Level 2 Immigration lawyers

Event details

Date(s):9th & 10th July 2018 
Start Time:9.30
End Time:16.30
Location:Birmingham
Level:Medium
Audience:Immigration practitioners wishing to enhance their understanding of the law and sit the Level 2 exam
Aim:  This course will provide up to date knowledge of the Level 2 syllabus
Cost:£250.00
Topics:

The course content includes the key principles of immigration control – entry clearance, visa nationals, leave to enter & remain.

The course will look at these principles and teach delegates how to navigate the rules to determine which immigration rule is applicable to a clients case.

The main categories are – Visitors, Students, Tiers 1-5 PBS,- emphasising Spouse, Fiancé, Unmarried Partners, Parents and Children. We will also go through how to identify the category of entry that can lead to settlement and whether switching is permitted. Delegates will undergo most of the syllabus of Level 2 and a refresher on some aspects of Level 1 over the course of the two days.  They will learn detailed knowledge of the appropriate application forms, fees and supporting documentation.

Other topics of the course include: Asylum and Protection, Human Rights, EEA, Nationality, Business Immigration and Appeals.

Tutor details:Miran Uddin
Tutor biographies:

Miran Uddin is a solicitor. He has specialised in immigration and asylum law for over a decade and has also practiced in professional regulation. He is the Lead Assessor and Chair of the Assessment Board for the Law Society’s Immigration & Asylum Accreditation Scheme. He is also accredited at Advanced Level under the Scheme. He also chairs several professional regulatory tribunals/panels.

CPD: All participants will receive 6 CPD upon completion

The course will look at the relationship between Article 8 and the Immigration Rules since 9 July 2012. It is an important area of law to grasp and understand for applications and appeals and therefore essential for Immigration practitioners to stay up to date. This Immigration Accreditation Exam training course is aimed at OISC Level 2, 3 and solicitors in the field.

Event details

Date(s):15 February 2018
Start Time:17.00
End Time:19.30
Location:Birmingham
Level:Basic;Intermediate
Main area:Article 8 in non-deportation cases
Main area other:
  • · Understanding of the levels of protection available
  • · Understanding the mechanics of an appeal
  • · Practical tips for appeal preparation
Aim of course:The course is aimed at the busy practitioner dealing with an ever-increasing caseload involving deportation of Foreign Nationals at initial and appeal stages with an opportunity for practical exercises 
Topics:

 The course will look at the relationship between Article 8 and the Immigration Rules since 9 July 2012. It is an important area of law to grasp and understand for applications and appeals and therefore essential for Immigration practitioners to stay up to date. This training course is aimed at OISC Level 2, 3 and solicitors in the field.

We will also look at the development of Article 8 in recent case law.

Topics will include:

  • Establishment of a private and family life.
  • Children

o        Engagement of Article 8 ECHR.

  • What makes a successful application
  • How to prepare appeals
  • Proportionality
  • Q & A
Tutor details:Miran Uddin – Barrister at No 5 Chambers Birmingham
Tutor biographies:Miran Uddin is a solicitor and Barrister. He has specialised in immigration and asylum law for over a decade and has also practiced in professional regulation. He is the Lead Assessor and Chair of the Assessment Board for the Law Society’s Immigration & Asylum Accreditation Scheme. He is also accredited at Advanced Level under the Scheme. He also chairs several professional regulatory tribunals/panels
Price

£150.00

To provide an overview of the rules and case law in relation to permanent residence for EEA nationals and their dependents.

Event details

Date(s):TBC
Start Time:16.00
End Time:19.15
Location:Birmingham
Level:Intermediate
Audience:Practitioners making applications on behalf of EEA nationals and their dependants.
Main area:    European
Aim of course:
  • To provide an overview of the rules and case law in relation to permanent residence for EEA nationals and  their dependents. 
  • Understand permanent residence in more depth.
  • Be able to assess whether a permanent residence application is likely to be successful.
Topics:
  •   Relevant Articles of the Citizenship Directive.
  • · Relevant Regulations from the Immigration (European Economic Area) Regulations 2006.
  • · Case law from the domestic courts and from the CJEU.
  •   Practical issues in relation to permanent residence applications.
  • · Issues relating to the right to work.
Tutor details:Miran Uddin is a solicitor and Barrister. He has specialised in immigration and asylum law for over a decade and has also practiced in professional regulation. He is the Lead Assessor and Chair of the Assessment Board for the Law Society’s Immigration & Asylum Accreditation Scheme. He is also accredited at Advanced Level under the Scheme. He also chairs several professional regulatory tribunals/panels
Price£150.00