Immigration Law Practitioners’ Association ILPA

ILPA now has around 1,000 members including lawyers, advice workers, academics and law students. ILPA is regularly consulted by the Government on key issues relating to immigration, refugee and nationality law.
If you are looking for advice: The ILPA office cannot give advice on individual cases. Please see the directory of ILPA members.
ILPA is a company limited by guarantee and has an elected Executive Committee comprising a Chair, Secretary, Treasurer, up to eight other Executive Committee Members and a nominated President. The Executive Committee can also co-opt up to four additional members of the Executive Committee. (Homepage).

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Address: ILPA secretariat, Lindsey House, 40-42, Charterhouse St., London, EC1M 6JN, UK;
Contacts. tel +44 (0)20 7251 8383, fax +44(0)20 7251 8384, e-mail.

Membership – Information and Benefits: The Association was established in the summer of 1984 as an unincorporated association and on 28 November 1998 its affairs were transferred to The Immigration Law Practitioners’ Association Limited ILPA, a company limited by guarantee.

Members – currently numbering around 1,000 – include lawyers, advice workers, academics and law students. In order to join ILPA, applicants are required to complete an application form, provide documents requested and the names of two referees.

Membership of ILPA is subject to the approval of the Executive Committee. Articles 3 and 4 of the Articles of Association clearly define the requirements for membership. Please ensure that you meet these requirements. If you have any questions or doubts, please write to the General Secretary.

The objects and constitution of ILPA are set out in the Memorandum and Articles of Association. A copy of the full document is available on request. ILPA, is managed by an Executive Committee elected annually by the members. Membership is open to individuals and organisations (see the membership application form for a list of membership categories). In the case of organisations, other members of staff – in addition to the named contact – may benefit from the members’ rates for training sessions and are welcome to attend ILPA meetings … (full text Membership).

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