Intermediate-level EUSS Course

Intermediate-level EUSS Course



EUSS Course Content 

Join us on this intermediate-level EU Settlement Scheme (EUSS) course at 10am on Wednesday, 10th August 2022 where we’ll be looking at certain specific areas.


The  Course covers the following topics:

  • Late EUSS applications
  • EUSS applications involving excessive absences
  • Rights of Administrative Review and Appeal
  • The current situation with dependant relatives

Who is the Course for?

  • Solicitors and paralegals
  • OISC-registered immigration advisers
  • EEA nationals who need to understand where they or their family members stand
  • UK employers with a workforce which has EEA nationals or family members

Where does the Course take place?

This Immigration Law Course takes place online using Microsoft Teams –  an easy platform to use similar to Zoom. In order to facilitate a classroom-like experience, we request all delegates to appear on camera for the duration of the course.

Who teaches the EUSS Course?

Oliver Westmoreland shall be delivering the course. Oliver has 15 years’ experience as a Level 3 adviser and has received excellent feedback from previous delegates.

How long does the Course last?

This intermediate EUSS Course is a 2-hour course, beginning at 10.00am and ending at approximately 12.00pm. There will be a short comfort break at around 11.00am.

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