Our team understands how devastating a deportation order can be for families of those the Home Office is planning to remove and how complex deportation orders can be. It is important to understand that a deportation order is legally different to administrative removal and the implications for those wishing to remain in the UK may be different.
Part 13 of the Immigration Rules states that deportation may be considered where the Secretary of State deems the person’s deportation to be conducive to the public good. This decision will often be made after a criminal conviction in the UK or abroad has been established by the Home Office.
People who are the subject of a deportation order generally have an out-of-country right of appeal, but there are cases where there are compelling human rights grounds for a person to remain in the UK and have their appeal heard before they can be removed. There are cases where a foreign criminal liable to deportation can argue that their deportation will be contrary to the United Kingdom’s obligations under Article 8 of the European Convention of Human Rights and can apply for the deportation order to be revoked.
Normally, the public interest in deportation would only not be outweighed by other factors if there are very compelling circumstances and it is important to understand this when considering the costs of challenging deportation orders and seeking to have these revoked. Our team of experts can help families understand when challenging deportation orders may have merit.
Our charges for these consultancy services regarding deportation order challenges are outlined below.
Curzon Green (London based client) Fee: £250-£350 plus VAT per session which lasts up to an hour (depending on the experience of the person you book your consultation with); or
Curzon Green (Buckinghamshire based client) Fee: £200-£250 plus VAT per session which lasts up to an hour (depending on the experience of the person you book your consultation with).
If you are unsure as to which service might be appropriate for your matter, or have any other queries about our immigration services, we warmly invite you to contact our team of experienced practitioners. You can do this by clicking on the links below or by telephoning or emailing our offices. You can explain to the receptionists that you are seeking to speak with the immigration team.
Telephone our offices:
London: 020 3443 9576
High Wycombe: 01494 451355
Marlow: 01628 958445
Email our immigration practitioners: firstname.lastname@example.org