Returning to one of her expert topics, Sarah Pinder talks again about Brexit, this time concentrating on the EU Settlement Scheme, offering a technical outline as well as drilling down into some situations that may cause lawyers and clients problems during the process. In this seminar, Sarah talks about:
- EU Settlement Scheme – headlines
- Rights of Appeals
- A closer look at some tricky scenarios
- Transitional arrangements
- Post-30th June 2021 EUSS deadline
EU Withdrawal Act 2020 & Withdrawal agreement
Immigration (Citizens’ Rights Appeals) (EU Exit) Regulations 2020
The Citizens’ Rights (Application Deadline and Temporary Protection) (EU exit) regulations 2020
The Citizens’ Rights (Restrictions of Rights of Entry and Residence) (EU Exit) Regulations 2020
Equality Act 2010
Sarah practises in public law with particular expertise in immigration and asylum. She has been recommended as a Leading Barrister in Band 4 in immigration law by the Legal 500. In chambers, Sarah is joint-head of the immigration team with her colleague Samina Iqbal. Sarah regularly advises and provides expert opinions on immigration and nationality issues in family and other court proceedings. She has extensive experience of representing vulnerable adults, persons who have been affected by traumatic events, unaccompanied asylum-seeking children and victims of trafficking.
Sarah has been appointed as a fee-paid First-Tier-Tribunal Judge of the Immigration and Asylum Chamber, sitting in Birmingham IAC. In July 2015, Sarah was also appointed as an Independent Funding and Costs Adjudicator for the Legal Aid Agency.
Sarah also delivers training for ILPA in relation to the latest immigration developments and is a contributor to Lexis Nexis PSL’s practice notes.