Can your immigration experts in Waverton offer comprehensive service with Tier 2 Work Visas?
Our immigration lawyers in Waverton can assist with your Tier 2 Work Visas and many other immigration visas you may require. Whether you are a UK entrepreneur seeking to employ skilled talent from other countries or a non-British skilled worker who has been offered a role in the UK, we can assist with the Tier 2 Work Visa application process at IAS in Waverton.
Contact IAS on 0330 433 1213 for more details.
Can you briefly explain what Deportation is?
Deportation is applicable when a non-UK national has a criminal conviction in the UK. Deportation can be ordered in the following circumstances:
- Where a court recommends deportation of an individual who is over the age of 17 after the individual has been convicted of an offence punishable with imprisonment
- If the Secretary of State considers the individual’s deportation is for “the public good and done in the public interest”
- If an individual is under 18 (dependant) and is the spouse, civil partner or child of a deportee.
Am I eligible to apply for Indefinite Leave to Remain?
If you have been living in the United Kingdom for at least five years without breaking any immigration codes and regulations, you are eligible to apply for Indefinite Leave to Remain. You must also not have spent more than 180 days out of the country in a 12 month period and must have also passed the Life in the UK test and an approved English language proficiency test for your application to be considered.
Hiring the services of our OISC certified immigration lawyer is optional for ILR application but our Waverton experts can raise your chances of success with our professionalism and expertise as we will advise and support you from the beginning to the completion of your ILR application.
Contact our team via phone on 0333 305 9375 or online to start your enquiry.
It must be noted that removal orders cannot be valid if you have a pending application for leave to remain or asylum claim. Deportation is only available when a foreign national has a criminal conviction and can be ordered in the following circumstances:
- Where a court recommends deportation of an individual who is over the age of 17 and has been convicted of an offence which could be punishable with imprisonment
- If the Secretary of State believes the 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.
The information regarding your rights that is given to you after arriving at an immigration detention centre is as follows:
- Right of having visitors and keeping in touch with your relatives;
- Right of receiving post and phone calls regularly;
- Right of internet access and being able to communicate with the outside world;
- Right of keeping your personal property safe and private;
- Right of staying with any family member who is detained with you.
Contact our team via phone on 0333 305 9375.