Revoking a deportation order
If you have been deported, you are prevented from successfully applying to re-enter the UK for a decade. However, if there has been a significant change in circumstances that you consider justifies your re-entry, we can assist you in making representations to the Home Office asking that this ban be set aside.
Challenging An Act of Deportation
There is a possibility to appeal and potentially overturn a deportation order, as long as it can be shown on the grounds of compelling human rights for the person who has the deportation order. At Ashwood Solicitors, we have the expertise and previous knowledge to help clients successfully challenge a deportation order. We work in conjunction with other organisations, including the probation service and health professionals, to give our clients a successful outcome.
If the Home Office has told you that they are considering deporting you, don’t wait for them to decide. Being proactive and making representations to them as soon as possible is the best course of action. At Ashwood Solicitors, we can work with your family, friends, wardens, probation officers and forensic psychologists to set out the reasons your deportation would be disproportionate. Should the Home Office seek to proceed with deportation, we can appeal this decision and will be able to represent you at your hearing.
Free Initial Discussion
For a free initial discussion and a no-obligation quote, call our friendly team today on 0161 248 4444 or email us at email@example.com and a member of our team will get back to you. We will also assess if you are eligible for Legal Aid.
Our immigration experts provide professional, confidential advice; we also have a strong network of interpreters to cater to most languages to make communication easier.
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