Are you facing deportation or removal from the UK?
If you are found to be in breach of immigration law or the conditions of your immigration status, you could be detained and potentially face deportation.
If you are in detention, it is vital that you seek specialist advice from an experienced immigration law firm as quickly as possible.
Here at the Immigration Advice Service, we provide immediate emergency advice to detainees. Call us now on 0333 305 9375 for immediate assistance.
Administrative Review in Maryport?
Do you feel the decision made on your application is unfair? If so, you may be eligible to submit an Administrative Review. This essentially requests the Home Office to reconsider the application due to an incorrect calculation of an aspect of your application e.g. your income. Administrative Reviews also come in handy if you feel the Home Office has not taken accurate supporting documentation or pieces of evidence into consideration during your application processing.
If you are able to proceed with an Administrative Review, Home Office officials will inform you in your decision letter.
Our expert lawyers are available to assist you throughout the Administrative Review process. They will guide you through every step needed for the positive outcome you are looking for.
Get in touch using our online contact form or call 0333 363 8577 today to discuss your case and your options.
Can your Maryport Lawyers handle my application for British Citizenship by Marriage?
Our OISC immigration lawyers can assist with your application for British Citizenship by Marriage provided the applicant is eligible. British Citizenship by Marriage is the process by which non-EEA spouses of British citizens become naturalised as British citizens. The eligibility requirements that must be fulfilled before British Citizenship by Marriage can be attained are as follows:
- The applicant must be at least 18 years of age;
- The applicant must be able to demonstrate the “good character” requirement, meaning that the applicant must not have broken any UK law;
- The applicant must hold Indefinite Leave to Remain (ILR);
- The applicant must have been a continuous and lawful resident of the UK for at least three years;
- The applicant must have passed the Life in the UK Test- a series of tests relating to the ways, culture, customs, and history of the UK;
- The applicant must demonstrate the required level of English language proficiency.
Failing to meet these requirements puts you at risk of having your application refused. Our expert immigration lawyers are at hand to assist in the entire process to ensure the application is not rejected and funds wasted.
Call or Skype with us at Maryport on 0333 305 9375.
It must be noted that removal orders cannot be valid if you have a pending application for leave to remain or asylum claim in Maryport. Deportation is usually only applicable when a foreign national has a criminal conviction. Deportation can be ordered in the following circumstances:
- On court deportation recommendation of an individual who is over 17 years of age and has been convicted of an offence punishable with imprisonment
- If the Secretary of State believes the individual’s deportation is for “the public good and in the public interest”
- If an individual is under 18 and is the spouse, civil partner or child of a deportee
Call us on 0333 305 9375 for more information.
An Administrative Review is only available when you do not have a right to appeal. This process is purely to argue the decision by the Home Office on the grounds of unconsidered evidence. Your Home Office decision letter will state if an Administrative Review is available to you.
Please contact us on 0333 305 9375 if you are unsure about your eligibility.