Advising on Tier 4 applications (part 2)

Course aim:

To enable advisers to consider how to deal with complex applications, and problems which may occur through the process of the application.

We will be dealing with a range of issues which may include:

  • how to advise on certain complexities arising before or during a Tier 4 application (including knowing where general grounds for refusal might have an impact
  • options for those who wish to vary the grounds of their application
  • what leave the student has at various stages after they apply for further leave and how to establish if leave has expired
  • how to advise a student whose leave has expired
  • how and when to inform the Home Office of changes in a student’s circumstances which occur before an application has been decided

This course is suitable for:

experienced immigration advisers. Therefore, advisers must:

  • have attended our ‘Tier 4 basics’ course and followed by either ‘Advising on Tier 4 applications (part 1)’ or
  • have at least 2 years’ worth of experience of advising on, and helping students to make, immigration applications within the framework of the Office of Immigration Service Commissioner’s (OISC) requirements


  • Date(s): 16 January 2020
  • Time: 9.30am - 4.30pm
  • Price: £240 members, £160 students’ unions, £450 non-members
  • Location: London
  • Main contact: Will Burton
  • Telephone: 020 7288 4330
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