Training in Immigration Law and Practice

As experts in all aspects of UK immigration and refugee law, Latitude Law is regularly called upon to provide training to established legal organisations, local authorities and immigration practitioners.

Business Migration Masterclass

A structured course comprised of between nine and twelve three-hour sessions designed to initiate caseworkers into business migration and equip them with the tools to practice. Covering the following topics in-depth, the course is practical with plenty of tips for day-to-day working and case studies to ground learning in real-life examples:

  • Introduction to business migration
  • Sponsor licensing applications
  • Skilled Worker sponsorship
  • ICT sponsorship
  • Other sponsored routes such as Minister of Religion and Sportsperson
  • Temporary sponsored options including Creative and Sporting Workers, Charity and Religious Workers, Government Authorised Exchange and International Agreement Workers
  • Sponsorship compliance and maintaining a licence, including checks on Right to Work 
  • Business visitors
  • Global Talent Applicants
  • Representatives of Overseas Businesses
  • Start-Up and Innovator
  • Investor visas, and future options for those with high-net worth or high skill

We can also offer a condensed version of the course covering the first 4 points in a full-day session.


Full course: £8750 plus VAT for up to two attendees, £750 plus VAT per additional attendee

Condensed course: £1650 plus VAT for up to two attendees, £450 plus VAT per additional attendee

Our lawyers have written and delivered training for and on behalf of organisations including:

  • Joint Council for the Welfare of Immigrants
  • Immigration Law Practitioners Association
  • HJT Training
  • MBL Seminars

Our training schemes will help you to develop a more detailed understanding of UK immigration law and practice, and will be specifically tailored to meet the needs of you and your organisation. We have helped local authorities, employers and colleges to meet the challenges of immigration rules, policy and procedures.