Writing submissions to win. Or lose?
- in person
- in English
Written Advocacy or Immigration Submissions
1. Importance of written submissions in immigration practice
a. Submission as your business card
b. Credibility and reputation
c. Mirror of your knowledge and skills (Act, Regs, Manuals, Policies, practices)
2. Structure and content of a submission
a. What is too little information? What is too much information?
b. Difference between discretionary v. non-discretionary submissions in respect to discretionary v. non-discretionary applications
c. Evidence vs. argument
d. Advocacy vs. fairy tales
e. Research of supporting case law
3. How are submissions made to Tribunals and visa offices treated by reviewing courts
4. Practical redacted examples (an H&C, a TRP, Skilled Worker, WP etc and discussion about different styles of advocacy, different techniques and approaches)
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