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  • free

  • 4 hours

  • multiple dates from 15 November to 19 December

  • suitable for those supporting clients in Wales

  • delivered via Microsoft Teams

Recent changes to immigration law have had a significant impact on the rights and entitlements of migrants in the UK. This training session will provide you with an understanding of these changes and equip you with essential knowledge on visa rights and entitlements for migrants living in Wales.

This training is an OISC Level 1 course and will be suitable for advisors delivering Level 1 advice, or those beginning their journey delivering immigration advice.

By attending this training, you will gain insights into:

  • The current immigration landscape
  • Visa types and their requirements
  • Migrant rights and entitlements to public services, including healthcare, housing, and education
  • How to support and guide migrants to ensure they understand and can apply to receive available services and support
  • How migration status links to UK Government Immigration Acts
  • The support needs of migrants, regardless of their immigration status, and where the Social Services and Well-being Act may need to be engaged to provide support

Why Attend?

  • Enhance your professional skills and expertise in serving migrant populations
  • Stay up-to-date with the latest changes
  • Connect with like-minded professionals and build a network of support

Wednesday 15 November

Thursday 16 November

Tuesday 21 November

Wednesday 22 November

Thursday 23 November

Monday 27 November

Tuesday 28 November

Wednesday 29 November

Tuesday 5 December

Wednesday 6 December

Thursday 7 December

Tuesday 12 December

Wednesday 13 December

Thursday 14 December

Monday 18 December

Tuesday 19 December

Wednesday 20 December

Caiff y prosiect Integreiddio Mudol Cymru ei ariannu’n rhannol drwy Gronfa Lloches, Ymfudo ac Integreiddio yr Undeb Ewropeaidd. Gwneud rheoli llif ymfudo’n fwy effeithiol ar draws yr Undeb Ewropeaidd.
The Migrant Integration Wales project is part-funded through the European Union Asylum Migration Integration Fund. Making management of migration flows more efficient across the European Union
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Funded by Welsh Government