10th Biennial IBA Global Immigration Conference 2022

Leonardo Royal Hotel London St Paul’s, London, England | 01 Dec 2022

IBA London conference 2022

The 10th Biennial International Bar Association Global Immigration Conference will be held in London between the 30th of November and 2nd of December 2022. Our Managing Partner Dr Jean Philippe Chetcuti and Senior Lawyer Dr Antoine Saliba Haig will be attending on behalf of Chetcuti Cauchi Advocates. 

The International Bar Association

The IBA was established in 1974 with the aim of creating a forum for the world’s bar associations. Over time, it has developed from an association made up exclusively of bar associations to one that incorporates individual lawyers and law firms. Currently, the International Bar Association is comprised of more than 80,000 lawyers spanning more than 170 countries. 

Agenda

The conference will bring attorneys and solicitors from all over the world and several topics will be discussed, including:

  • The quest for talent, acquiring nationalities and residencies by investment
  • The rise of populism and nationalism
  • Artificial Intelligence and Technology
  • The Ukraine war and refuges
  • Famine and epidemic
  • Immigration issues relating from climate
  • Global Mobility Trends

Click here and download the programme: IBA London Conference 2022 Agenda

Dr Jean Philippe Chetcuti was invited to be a speaker to discuss recent developments in the investment migration sphere. He will be joined by other lawyers from the UK, Portugal Ireland, and the USA.

Chetcuti Cauchi Advocates immigration law practice has since its inception, focused on investment migration as a speciality.  We have thus developed significant experience in assisting investors, and their families in obtaining residence and citizenship by investment under various international programmes. 



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Dr Jean-Philippe Chetcuti

Senior Partner, Tax & Immigration

+356 22056111
jpc@ccmalta.com

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