A Deportation Order can be issued to foreign nationals asking them to leave the country. These orders can be given out for several reasons which will be stated on your Deportation Order. With the purpose of reducing the risk of enduring serious immigration consequences, it is crucial for those whom have received a deportation order to seek legal advice immediately.
The deportation process takes place in three parts. The Home Office will issue the individual with the intention of deportation. This is followed by the recipient’s representations in response to the notice of intention. The recipient’s representations will have their opportunity to explain their side of the story and argue their rights against deportation. After the representations are made, the Secretary of State will make a decision as to whether to issue a formal deportation order. These orders can be appealed and the individual will not face removal of deportation while the Appeal is pending.
If you or your family members have been sent a letter from the Home Office confirming they want to remove you or your family, you should immediately seek legal advice to appeal this decision. At Bloomsbury Law, we understand the importance of securing your immigration status. In many cases, deportation causes detrimental family separation if not remedied with hast.
If you are facing deportation or any other immigration issue, Bloomsbury Law’s immigration solicitors have the knowledge and expertise to act on your behalf in making your Appeal. We will help you through this difficult time and ensure the best possible outcome for your immigration status.
What do I do next?
Contact us online or speak to one of our dedicated specialists on 0207 998 7777 for a free initial consultation. With our vast experience in the field, our bilingual speaking team will work with you to ensure this process runs as smooth as possible. All information you provide us with is treated with the utmost confidentiality.
We will contact you no later than the next working day to arrange a meeting at our offices in London W1 to advise on the agreement.