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DEPORTATIONAPPEAL AGAINST DEPORTATION

DEPORTATIONAPPEAL AGAINST DEPORTATION

DEPORTATION PROCEEDINGS

DEPORTATION PROCEEDINGS

In case of receiving a deportation decision and a deportation order, the best course of action is to enlist the services of an experienced lawyer. 

Deportation law and the process of challenging a notice can be very complicated and in order to gain the right result, it should be dealt with by specialists.

Aleksandra Kowalik is highly skilled and practised in challenging all aspects of a deportation case.

DEPORTATION LIABILITY

APPEAL RIGHTS

If the Government determines that you have broken immigration rules whether by living in a country illegally or by committing a criminal offence during your stay, you may be considered liable to deportation.

This position is extremely distressing for anyone who find themselves in the position of being deported and the families whose lives and built bonds are being exposed for violation.

HOW CAN I HELP YOU?

LEGAL ADVICE AND GUIDANCE

My clients’ and their families’ interests are the primary consideration, therefore, I am in a position to instruct experts for the purposes of the case if applicable.

I am available to visit you in prison or at a detention centre, providing advice on the appeals process and safeguarding your rights as a Foreign National Prisoner.

Aleksandra Kowalik provides legal advice and guidance throughout the course of your deportation appeal and the complexity of the proceedings.

WHAT STEPS SHOULD BE UNDERTAKEN?

OPTIONS OPEN TO YOU

I have a broad scope of knowledge in the matter of any matters related to deportation and also years of experience in dealing with these cases.

Although it can be intimidating to think that you may be deported, there are several options open to you. Any deportation has to follow the rule of law which means that:

A person that receives a notice regarding a potential deportation, is always entitled to provide the statement of reasons.
A person that receives a deportation decision and a deportation order, is always entitled.
Any deportation decision should be made following the regulations, applicable case law and a solid factual background fairly towards a person liable to deportation.
Any case that disputes the legality of the deportation of a foreigner has to be heard by the Immigration Tribunal to reach a justified determination.

If you are worried about being deported or have already received a decision to deport you or a family member, it is a matter of urgency to undertake actions.

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Chiswick Business Park, Building 3
566 Chiswick High Road
London
W4 5YA
WORKING HOURS
Mon-Fri: 10am – 7pm

DEPORTATION LIABILITY

APPEAL RIGHTS

If the Government determines that you have broken immigration rules whether by living in a country illegally or by committing a criminal offence during your stay, you may be considered liable to deportation.

This position is extremely distressing for anyone who find themselves in the position of being deported and the families whose lives and built bonds are being exposed for violation.

HOW CAN I HELP YOU?

LEGAL ADVICE AND GUIDANCE

My clients’ and their families’ interests are the primary consideration, therefore, I am in a position to instruct experts for the purposes of the case if applicable.

I am available to visit you in prison or at a detention centre, providing advice on the appeals process and safeguarding your rights as a Foreign National Prisoner.

Aleksandra Kowalik provides legal advice and guidance throughout the course of your deportation appeal and the complexity of the proceedings.

WHAT STEPS SHOULD BE UNDERTAKEN?

OPTIONS OPEN TO YOU

I have a broad scope of knowledge in the matter of any matters related to deportation and also years of experience in dealing with these cases.

Although it can be intimidating to think that you may be deported, there are several options open to you. Any deportation has to follow the rule of law which means that:

A person that receives a notice regarding a potential deportation, is always entitled to provide the statement of reasons.
A person that receives a deportation decision and a deportation order, is always entitled.
Any deportation decision should be made following the regulations, applicable case law and a solid factual background fairly towards a person liable to deportation.
Any case that disputes the legality of the deportation of a foreigner has to be heard by the Immigration Tribunal to reach a justified determination.

If you are worried about being deported or have already received a decision to deport you or a family member, it is a matter of urgency to undertake actions and contact us.

CONTACT

MAIN OFFICE
Chiswick Business Park, Building 3
566 Chiswick High Road
London
W4 5YA
WORKING HOURS
Mon-Fri: 10am – 7pm

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