If you or a member of your family is considered for deportation, it is vital to take early advice from our specialist immigration solicitors. Our team will advise you on the law, Home Office policy, and appeal procedures.

Immigration rules in the UK are constantly evolving and we therefore specialise in
handling complex immigration matters including Appeals, Refusals, Deportation and
Judicial Reviews.
If you have been detained, require bail or are facing removal, we will be able to
assist you.  We understand that you and your family will be worried and anxious.
We understand that applying for an appeal is a critical decision and one which needs
to be managed carefully.

The Reasons for Deportation and Who is at Risk?

Deportation is the removal of someone from the United Kingdom, due to immigration
or administrative reasons.
The Secretary of State can issue a deportation order for the following reasons.

  • It is believed to be in the public good that the person subject to the
    deportation order is removed from the country.
  • The foreign national is the spouse, civil partner or child of the person subject
    to a deportation order.
  • The foreign national is over 17 years old and has committed a criminal
    offence and the court which sentenced them recommends that they be
    deported after they have served their prison sentence.

The Reasons for Deportation and Who is at Risk?
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Deportation from the UK

Deportation from the UK

Foreign and European Union nationals are normally considered for deportation from the UK when they commit a serious criminal offence which carries with it a custodial sentence. If the Secretary of State has decided that you or a member of your family should be deported, you will be given a right to appeal against the decision to the Immigration and Asylum Chamber of the Tribunals Service.
It may be possible to appeal and overturn a deportation order if it can be shown that there are compelling human rights grounds for the person subjected to the deportation order to remain living in the UK. We have a wide range of experience in helping clients to successfully challenge deportation orders and work in conjunction with other departments and professionals
of other related organisations to maximise the chances of a positive outcome.

Administrative Removal

Administrative removal is the process by which the Home Office can remove
individuals from the UK, however, is is different from deportation, which involves a
distinct legal process. If you have been administratively removed from the UK, you may be subject to a re-entry ban, meaning you will not be allowed to re-enter the UK for a period of one to ten years.

Administrative removal can be used for:

  • Overstayers
  • Illegal entrants and those refused leave to enter
  • Those whose leave has been curtailed, cancelled or revoked
  • Family members of the above groups

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How we can Help ?

The appeals and judicial review process is complex and subject to very strict
deadlines. Our specialist team can simplify the process by assisting with the
following:

  • We will submit your application, documentation and evidence on time and
    on your behalf.
  • We will liaise with the Home Office regularly to check that your application
    is progressing.
  • We will fully complete your application form and collate all necessary
    documentation
  • Represent you at any of the Tribunals or in Court.
  • Our team will guide you through the evidence and paperwork needed for
    your appeal

Why Choose Us?

Our specialist immigration and deportation solicitors will be by your side throughout
all stages of your appeal. They will discuss your circumstances and present you with
options on how to proceed.

Legal advice should always be sought before an application is submitted, the case
must be argued well and in detail to show evidence that you meet the requirements.
Our solicitors have many years of experience in dealing with all types of immigration
matters. They will expertly guide you in all aspects of your case and are ideally
positioned to explain any complexities of cases and can represent your position
robustly in order to achieve your desired outcome.

How to Get in Contact

Please call us on 01234 350 244 or email us at info@dvsolicitors.com for further information and advice about our family visa application services. We will happily provide you with a free initial discussion about your individual circumstances.
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