Date: Wednesday 26th June 2024
Time: 10:00
Venue: Remote - Registration Required
Cost: Free

Ben Keith will be on the expert speaker panel at the Navigating Red Notices and Character Concerns in Visa Applications Webinar taking place on 26 June 2024, on behalf of Mondaq.

This symposium brings together distinguished experts in the fields of immigration law, red notices, international policing, and visa adjudication to provide a comprehensive analysis of the complexities surrounding red notices and character assessments in the visa application process.

As globalization continues to interconnect nations and their citizens, the need for robust and transparent visa systems has never been more critical. One of the significant challenges in this arena is the impact of red notices issued by Interpol, which can flag individuals for various reasons, often complicating their ability to travel or immigrate. Additionally, character concerns, ranging from past criminal activities to associations with questionable entities, further complicate the adjudication process.

Our expert panel will delve into these issues, offering insights into how red notices are issued and managed, the implications for visa applicants, and the strategies for addressing and mitigating character concerns. Attendees will gain valuable knowledge on navigating these hurdles, ensuring compliance with international standards while safeguarding individual rights.

Join us for an engaging and informative session that promises to enhance your understanding and approach to these critical issues in visa applications.

To register for the event and find out more information, you can do so here.

This event is free to access. 


Ben Keith is a leading barrister specialising in cross-border and international cases. He deals with all aspects of Extradition, Human Rights, Mutual Legal Assistance, Interpol, Financial crime and International Law including sanctions. He represents governments, political and military leaders, High Net Worth individuals, human rights defenders and business leaders in the most sensitive cases.

He has extensive experience of appellate proceedings before the Administrative and Divisional Courts, Civil and Criminal Divisions of the Court of Appeal as well as applications and appeals to the European Court of Human Rights (ECHR) and United Nations. Ben is recognised in Chambers and Partners and The Legal 500.