The Secretary of State often makes decision to try and deport people from the UK if they have committed serious criminal offences and they therefore believe it would be in the public interest to deport those individuals from the UK. If you are issued with a Notice of Intended Deportation, your family can also be made to leave the UK.
If you are facing deportation we can assist you whether you are in an immigration removal centre or detained in one of HMP’s.
How Cartwright King’s Deportation Lawyers Can Help
If the Secretary of State has made the decision that you or a member of your family should be deported, you will be given a right to appeal against the decision to the Immigration and Asylum Chamber. If you are in detention, you will only have 5 days to lodge an appeal, so it is very important to take immediate action.
With your authority we can take instructions from friends or family and can assist you in making the initial representations following your liability to deport straight through to a full deportation appeal.
Benefit from a Free, Initial Telephone Conversation
To discuss your options for avoiding deportation from the UK, benefit from a free, initial telephone call with one of our specialist Cartwright King Immigration Lawyers.
Amid the coronavirus pandemic and ever-changing UK immigration rules, Cartwright King’s specialist Immigration Lawyers are here to help you navigate the complex UK immigration system.
For immediate assistance regarding your deportation case, call us or email us for your free* initial discussion.
The discussion is completely informal and confidential, and is an opportunity for us to:
- Get to know you
- Understand your situation
- Agree how you want to proceed
*Please be aware that this is a ‘get to know you’ call and no legal advice will be given.