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:
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.
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 know the level of preparation needed and how to do it efficiently and accurately, saving you time and money. Whether you are at the very start of the process and would like further information or you have already had a deportation order served on you our top legal team can help.
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