Deportation Have You Received a Deportation Order?

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If you or someone you know is dealing with a deportation order or detention, UK Immigration Solicitors are here to provide expert assistance. Our dedicated team is committed to helping you, working diligently to secure your status promptly.

 

Contact us at 0203 384 4389 for immediate, personalised assistance.

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Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

  • Seeking the release of the detainee on Temporary Admission (TA), considering individual circumstances.
  • In cases where Temporary Admission is denied, we follow the detainee’s instructions and apply for Immigration Judge’s bail.
  • Communicating with sureties and guiding them in facilitating the detainees’ release from detention.
  • Preparing the bail bundle and ensuring its delivery to all relevant parties.
  • Engaging a skilled Barrister to represent you before the Tribunal.
  • Offering clear guidance on further options if bail is denied by the Immigration Judge.

 

Contact our assessment team for a free discussion on your options: +44 (0)20 3384 4389

What is a Deportation Order?

Under UK Immigration Law
Section 10 of the Immigration and Asylum Act 1999 (1999 Act) outlines the administrative removal of an individual from the UK when they:

  • Lack required leave (such as overstayers, illegal entrants, or those refused entry at a port)
  • Breach a visa or limited leave condition
  • Obtain leave through deception

A deportation order mandates departure from and bars legal re-entry to the UK. Breaching this order is a criminal offense (Section 24(1)(a) of the 1971 Act).

Leave to remain/granted before or during the order’s effect becomes void (except when under the 2007 Act with pending in-country appeal).

When Can a Deportation Order Be Revoked?

Revocation is possible, except when:

  • The subject becomes a British citizen
  • Time-limited EEA Regulations 2016 order ends
  • The child subject turns 18
  • Marriage/partnership ends
  • A deportation order against a family member ends
  • Court/Tribunal nullifies the order

A deportation order must be revoked before granting leave. Incorrectly granted leave to a deportee is invalid.

Revoking a Deportation Order
Discuss the process with our assessment team: 020 3384 4389.
Free consultation available.

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