ARIA CONFERENCE & AGM
DATE CONFIRMED ~~~~~~~ 21st MAY 2014
ARIA are holding their Annual Conference, AGM and training day on 21st May 2014 at the Friend’s Meeting House, Euston Road, London.
Our Keynote Speaker is Suzanne McCarthy.
There will be presentations from the Home Office, respected advisors and key industry experts.
We expect the day to be very popular – so book now!
The Conference is open to both members and non-members.
To book your attendance, please complete the booking form and return to ARIA with your payment. Delegate Booking Form
Programme details ARIA PROGRAMME
If you are not currently a member and would like to join, please follow this link for further details and to download the ARIA membership application form. MEMBERSHIP FORM 2014
Members are asked to attend to vote at the AGM.
I look forward to welcoming you to what promises to be a very interesting event.
Following an announcement from the Business and Investment Team at the Home Office, ARIA have signalled intent to participate in the newly established “Operational Forum”.
The principle intent of the Operational Forum is to foster excellent working partnerships and ongoing dialogue with the Home Office’s key operational service-users and representative organisations regarding routine operational issues.
The Operational Forum will consist of a representative group of key organisations and representatives. The forum is intended to be inclusive and will consist of organisations representing both in-country and overseas experiences. Each organisation will be offered one place. Members will agree to represent the views of their organisation and cascade information/feedback between their organisation and the forum.
Interested ARIA members are invited to contact the Management Committee for more information.
If you are a practicing and regulated immigration adviser in the UK, you are also invited to contact the Management Committee for membership information. (email@example.com)
ARIA will respond to a public consultation sponsored by the Solicitors Regulation Authority (SRA). The SRA provides the British public with confidence in practicing solicitors by assuring that their conduct and competence meets the legal standard. Currently, the SRA are sponsoring a consultation entitled “New Overseas Rules”, and the subject matter affects areas of interest to our membership.
ARIA members are invited to contact the Management Committee for further information (firstname.lastname@example.org).