Lexvisa has recently received the news that a historic Deportation Order made against our client has been successfully revoked. Our client was made subject to a Deportation Order as a minor for a small crime, which resulted in him being deported back to his home country. Since then, he has rebuilt his life, married a British citizen and has had two children who are British by birth.
Our client’s wife and children recently relocated back to the United Kingdom. In order for our client to join them, he had to apply for his Deportation Order to be revoked. The initial application to revoke the Order was refused by the Home Office, who believed he was able to continue his family life through modern means of communication. He was given the right of appeal against this decision.
How did we help?
Often, the Home Office does not consider an individual’s domestic circumstances at the time of issuing a Deportation order. An appeal is a means to present an argument that balances a person’s Human Rights in the United Kingdom against an order that may not be justified for a low-level crime.
Our solicitors prepared a comprehensive appeal bundle along with a detailed skeleton argument which was presented to the Home Office in advance of the hearing, with the aim to make them reconsider whether their decision was proportionate within the law.
Upon review of the newly submitted evidence to the Home Office, the decision to revoke the Deportation Order was made and the appeal was withdrawn. Our client is now able to apply to enter the United Kingdom to join his wife and children.
How can a Deportation Order can be revoked?
An application to revoke a Deportation Order can be made at any time. If you have been made subject to a Deportation Order, you will usually have an out-of-country right of appeal. The Deportation Order must have been revoked before you can lawfully travel to the UK. The application takes the form of a letter explaining the reasons why the revocation is being requested and must contain your Home Office reference number.
How can we help?
If your application to revoke your Deportation Order has been refused, our team of solicitors can assist you with ascertaining whether there is a basis upon which the decision can be appealed. We can then produce formidable arguments on your behalf to increase the prospects of successfully revoking a Deportation Order made against you.
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