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.
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:
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
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