If you have been served with the deportation order with an in-country right of appeal then do not worry and contact us immediately, appeal against deportation specialist solicitors.
An appeal against a refusal of a protection claim must be brought on one or more of the following grounds:
• removal of the appellant from the UK would breach the UK’s obligations under the Refugee Convention
• removal of the appellant from the UK would breach the UK’s obligations in relation to persons eligible for a grant of humanitarian protection
• removal of the appellant from the UK would be unlawful under section 6 of the
Human Rights Act 1998 (public authority not to act contrary to Human Rights Convention)
You must file a notice of appeal with the First Tier Immigration and Asylum Tribunal within 14 days upon receipt of the UKVI/Home Office decision, it is your wish to file an Oral appeal or paper Appeal.
If you appeal will be successful then you will be granted Leave to remain in the United Kingdom for 30 months,
How Can We Help?
The immigration solicitors at Asher & Tomar Solicitors are experts in dealing with deportation appeals.
The work to be carried out by our immigration solicitors on your deportation appeal:
a) Filing a notice of appeal with the First Tier Immigration and asylum Tribunal
b) Based on your instructions will draft the Grounds of Appeal
c) Will advice you with the requisite documentary evidence to be submitted in support of your deportation appeal.
d) Will draft your witness statement
c) Will draft a Appeal Skeleton Arguments
d) Index to bundle of documents which will be served on the respondent (UKVI/Home Office presenting officer) and to the First Tier Tribunal Immigration and Asylum Chamber.
e) Brief to the Counsel (Barrister)
Why Choose Asher & Tomar Solicitors
Our team of expert Immigration Solicitors based in London and Cardiff can advise and represent your complex immigration matter at every stage from First Tier Tribunal to the Upper tribunal field house, Court of Appeal, and Supreme Court.