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Best Practice Compliance with PBS Tier 4 - Seminars

25 March 2010

A seminar jointly organised by Study UK and Penningtons Solicitors LLP

Are you confused about recent changes to Tier 4? Worried about further changes coming in with the Highly Trusted Sponsors list? Want to discuss what happens when UKBA pays a visit? Or find out what constitutes best practice compliance?

If so, then this seminar is for you!

Study UK and Penningtons Solicitors LLP, a leading city law firm with a specialist immigration team, are jointly hosting two morning seminars on 15 April to help colleges better understand Tier 4 and their responsibilities as a sponsor.

Nichola Carter, Partner at Penningtons Solicitors LLP, will discuss best practice compliance from a legal perspective, while Sue Hindley, Study UK Chair, will provide some hints and tips from a practitioner's point of view. A special deal on Penningtons' legal services and compliance checks for Study UK members will also be announced.

Details of the event: 

Venue: Penningtons Solicitors LLP
(Abacus House, 33 Gutter Lane, London EC2V 8AR)
Date:   15 April 2010
Time:  
     Session I: 9:00 - 10:30
     Session II: 11:00 - 12:30

Cost:   £40 per person including VAT for Study UK members
(£60 including VAT for non-members)

Both the 9:00am and 11:00am seminars will cover the same content. Refreshments will be served before and after the seminars.

If you would like to attend, please complete and return the booking form below to Sharon Bignell at sharonbignell@study-uk.org or fax to 020 7608 7961 by Wednesday 8 April.

Please note that places are limited, so book early to avoid disappointment.

For further information about the seminars, please contact Sharon Bignell at sharonbignell@study-uk.org.

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