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January sale: 25% off individual membership, 50% off ebooks


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By becoming a member of Free Movement, you not only support the hard-work that goes into maintaining the website, but get access to premium features;

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I’m running a January sale on individual membership (there’s now 30 CPD hours to choose from) and ebooks. Use coupon code JANSALE when making a purchase to apply a 25% discount on individual membership (£180 including VAT, reverts to full price after one year) and a 50% discount on ebooks.

The sale ends on 16 January 2015.

Happy New Year!

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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.


6 Responses

  1. The ebook on Surinder Singh was an invaluable easy read guide to this complex and (as far as UKBA is concerned ) covert area of immigration regulation. I had it by my side as I supported my daughter and her Colombian husband to (successfully) enter the UK with an EEA family permit. Not only does the book cover the facts well, enabling us to navigate the criteria and the process with a more objective understanding, but it also helped us to keep a healthy perspective at a time that was fraught with anxiety. They can now have a family life in the UK. Thank you.

  2. The ebook on Immigration Law 2014 was an invaluable source of knowledge for many like me. It was written in a very clear English and given many opinion that are helpful to elaborate our thinking.

  3. The ebook of Immigration Act 2014 was very useful. Short summary of key changing in immigration law was extremely helpful and handy…

  4. Hi Colin, I have been your fan for a long time and would love to finally become a member as a self-present for my upcoming birthday this month, but is there a way to pay the fee in installments? I just started my practice in England recently and seem to give away most of the advice for free so far, really not flush with cash at all ))

    1. Thanks for reading! It isn’t feasible to run an installment plan because of the annualised way that the legal regulators keep track of CPD and I can’t offer payment outside the payment system because it would be too laborious for me to keep track of it all – everything is carefully automated as far as possible. I’m sorry! I would like to introduce a monthly plan once the annual CPD system is dropped after this year, though.