PERSONAL IMMIGRATION LAW
DEPORTATION PROCESS UK
ASSISTANCE WITH DEPORTATION FROM UK, DEPORTATION PROCESS UK
Deportation proceedings usually carry conflicting interests. On the one hand, the Government is pressing to remove someone it labels as a “foreign criminal” and, on the other hand, there is often a much deeper story to be told. Many of our clients come to us with deep-rooted ties to this country, either because they have been here for most of their lives or because they have developed family lives, often with British partners and British child.
More often than not, the job of the Tribunal Judge hearing a deportation case is to balance the competing interests mentioned above.
- The individual has a genuine and subsisting parental relationship with a British child under the age of 18 or the child has lived in the United Kingdom for at least 7 years before the immigration decision and, in any case, it would be unduly harsh for the child to live in another country or remain in the United Kingdom without that parent;
- The individual has a genuine and subsisting relationship with a partner who is British or settled, that relationship was formed at a time when the individual was in the United Kingdom lawfully and their status was not precarious. In addition to this, you will need to show that it would be unduly harsh for your partner to live in the country you are being deported to or to live in the United Kingdom without you.
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