Deportation is the process used by the Home Office to remove a person from the UK. This is usually because they believe it is not in the public interest for that person to remain. This could be because that person has committed a crime or simply because they do not have a valid visa.
It is usually the case that a person being deported will also have their family members deported too and once they have been deported they will not be admitted into the country until their deportation order has come to an end.
Reasons for Deportation in Scotland
There are a number of reasons that somebody might face deportation in Scotland. They include:
Are You Facing Deportation in Glasgow? Maybe Our Immigration Solicitors Can Help
If you believe you are to face deportation in Glasgow it is very important that you get in touch with our team as soon as you can. Deportation proceedings can often happen quite quickly and once deported you will find it hard to make a case against the Home Office for unfair treatment. We are here to offer you specialist advice if for any reason you believe you have the right to stay in the UK.
Our specialist immigration solicitors are experienced in the immigration and deportation process and can look into ways you may be able to stay in the UK. If we cannot stop you from being deported we can work on ways to ensure you can return at a later date.
At Latta Law we can offer you legal advice on deportation in Glasgow whether you are facing deportation now or you believe proceedings could be imminent. Speak to your local friendly immigration solicitors today to find out more about your rights, the process and how we can help you to stay in the country legally.
In order to make an appointment with one of our deportation lawyers contact us via telephone on 0141 222 2185, email firstname.lastname@example.org or book a consultation here via the website.
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