Deportation Appeal Solicitors

If you or a member of your family is considered for deportation, it is important that you contact a specialist solicitor as soon as possible. The expert immigration lawyers at Latitude Law will advise you on the law, Home Office policy, and appeal procedures.


Who is at risk of deportation?

Foreign nationals will be considered for deportation from the UK when they commit a serious criminal offence, normally carrying a prison sentence of at least 12 months. This can also happen if you have been convicted of a number of less-serious offences. Members of your family may also be considered for deportation if you have committed a crime.

If the Secretary of State has decided that you or a member of your family should be deported, you will be given an in-country right to appeal against the decision to an Independent Tribunal. If this is the case, it is important to get good quality legal advice about your case.

Can I appeal deportation?

You can appeal deportation if you believe your human rights are at risk. Factors such as family and children can have a big impact on your right to remain in the UK, as it would be seen as unfair to remove you from a situation where you are depended upon by others.

However, other factors may come into play here, depending on the reasons for your deportation order.

You will first be given notice by the Home Office detailing the date that you will be legally removed from the country, and this usually lasts seven days.

If you have been convicted of a crime, the severity of it will weigh heavily on your changes of success.

Can I be deported before the appeal is completed?

If you have an ongoing appeal against deportation, you cannot be removed from the UK unless your case has been certified.

For clarification about any of these parameters, contact an immigration lawyer for deportation now, such as those at Latitude Law, and they will break down any confusing aspects that you may be struggling with.

Appeal representation from expert solicitors

The deportation immigration lawyers at Latitude Law are able to provide legal advice and guidance throughout the course of your deportation appeal. Cases are often complex, and it is important that detailed preparation is carried out. We may need to instruct an expert witness to provide the Tribunal with an assessment of your case.

Our immigration deportation lawyers are available to visit you in prison or at a detention centre, providing advice on the appeals process and safeguarding your rights as a Foreign National Prisoner.

Appeal representation from expert solicitors

The solicitors at Latitude Law are able to provide legal advice and guidance throughout the course of your deportation appeal. Cases are often complex, and it is important that detailed preparation is carried out. We may need to instruct an expert witness to provide the Tribunal with an assessment of your case.

Our immigration lawyers are available to visit you in prison or at a detention centre, providing advice on the appeals process and safeguarding your rights as a Foreign National Prisoner.

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All content on this page was reviewed by Latitude Law and is accurate as of 11/02/2021