Deportation and Removal from UK

A person and his family could be deported when his removal is considered ‘conducive to the public good’; they could also be recommended by a court after the conviction in a criminal matter which carries an imprisonment.

Whereas, the removal (administrative removal) refers to a person who entered the UK illegally, or stayed beyond his permitted leave or violated the conditions attached to his leave to remain in the UK.

If you have any deportation or removal order against you, please contact our immigration solicitors who has the ability to challenge such decisions and can save you from its dire consequences.


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