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Free Movement Membership starts at £50 plus VAT per person for groups of 10 or more and is available to all. Membership includes access to the forums and is a cheap and convenient way to access dedicated immigration law CPD training and includes courses on the Immigration Act 2014, Article 8 and the Immigration Rules, Zambrano and EU citizenship, urgent injunction applications, an introduction to immigration law and monthly update courses.


New courses are added every month and existing courses are updated to include new cases and developments.

As a taster for the ebook, I’ve put together a short slideshow on the key changes brought about by the Immigration Act 2014, which you can see in full at Haiku Deck or without the text embedded below. Feel free to share it.

Non members can download a copy of the Immigration Act ebook below for personal use for £7.99. Each copy is watermarked with the purchaser’s name and a reference number. Copying for non personal use is not permitted.

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Colin Yeo

Immigration and asylum barrister, blogger, writer and consultant at Garden Court Chambers in London and founder of the Free Movement immigration law website.