About this course
This course was last updated in October 2022.
This course looks at how Article 8 of the European Convention on Human Rights features in UK legislation and Immigration Rules. It covers public interest considerations for all cases and specific provisions for deportation, along with the private and family life applications that can be made and what requirements need to be met for each.
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Modules within this course
Article 8 in statute
This module introduces Article 8 provisions in UK legislation and Immigration Rules, covering public interest considerations for all cases and specific provisions for deportation.
Article 8 in the Immigration Rules: private life
This module looks at the private life rules, including permission to stay on private life grounds, making an application, and the types of leave that can be granted under these provisions.
Article 8 in the Immigration Rules: family life
This module considers applications based on family life. This includes Appendix FM and Part 8 applications, along with the types of leave that can be granted.
Conclusion, quiz and feedback
Course conclusion and final quiz
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