Embassy Consular Conference
Helping consuls help their citizens
The UK is one of the busiest consular posts in the world, with diaspora groups spread across the UK requiring travel documents, legalisation services, immigration and international family legal advice and special consular assistance to their prisoners or nationals affected by major crises, crime, ill health or death.
Changes to UK immigration policy require consuls to seek advice from legal practitioners who can offer assistance to their nationals involved in complex immigration and nationality cases.
Many migrant families living in Britain also mean more international family justice cases for consuls to handle – and on top of this is the uncertainty caused by Brexit.
With third country nationals dispersed throughout Britain, visa
staff are under pressure to issue high volumes of visas. Balancing the increasing demand for both security and service delivery means consuls are always on the lookout for companies who can provide consular hardware and software as well as flexible outsourcing and mobile solutions to help them issue secure biometric documents speedily, at low cost and in remote locations across the UK.
Find out about:
|New UK immigration & asylum policy|
|International Family Justice issues|
|How to manage and track complex consular cases|
|Legalisation and notarial services|
|Welfare charities that can help nationals in distress|
|How to issue high volumes of visas efficiently and securely|
|New advancements in biometric travel documents|
|Keeping consulates secure|
Who you will meet:
|UK Government policy makers|
|Consular case management providers|
|Biometric hardware providers|
|Consular software providers|
|Immigration legal experts|
|International Family lawyers|
Who should participate
|Home affairs officers|
|IT managers and support staff|