We hear a lot of talk in the newspapers about deportation and deportation orders but in many Immigration cases, the migrant is not being deported. The best London immigration solicitors will tell you that the migrant is going through a process known as “administrative removal”. Some people may think it is a matter of semantics to call forcible removal from the UK an administrative removal as opposed to deportation but top London immigration solicitors say that there are some important differences.
• Be removed from the UK if the Home Office finds you. Furthermore, if the Home Office believes you have deliberately tried to avoid administrative removal, the Home Office caseworker or tribunal is less likely to grant a bail application from an Immigration detention centre pending a decision being made about your Immigration status;
• Be unable to obtain work that is legal work in the UK. This may lead to your being more vulnerable to an unscrupulous employer;
• Be unable to open a bank account. This could lead to difficulties managing your financial affairs;
• Be unable to rent accommodation. This can lead to your being more vulnerable to unprincipled landlords;
• Find it more difficult to return to the UK If your Immigration records show that you did not co-operate with the Home Office.
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Who is subject to administrative removal from the UK?
• People who need leave to enter or remain in the UK but do not have it, for example over stayers or illegal immigrants;
• People who are in breach of a condition or restriction of their Immigration visa, for example, working in the UK in breach of the conditions imposed on an Immigration visa. In some cases, a warning may be given;
• People who obtain leave or an Immigration visa by deception;
• People who are family members of a person who is subject to administrative removal. To be subject to administrative removal a family member cannot have British citizenship and must not be able to remain in the UK under any EEA citizen rights. Family includes a spouse, child, adult dependant relative. The administrative removal is subject to the relative only having leave to remain in the UK based on their family life with the migrant and if they do not have leave, they would not qualify to remain in their own right.
What is a Removal, Enforcement and Detention notice?
What is a Section 120 notice?
What is judicial review?
How can OTS Solicitors help?
For more information on applying for bail from an immigration detention centre or challenging a deportation order or for advice on your immigration status or help with an administrative removal, please call us on 0203 959 9123 to arrange an appointment to speak to one of our experienced London immigration solicitors who will be happy to help.
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Posted on: Wednesday, 17 July, 2019