A deportation order is generally made on the grounds that the deportation of the person is conducive to the public good.
A foreign national who is subject to a deportation order can apply to the Home Office for revocation of the order. Where an application for revocation is made, a deportation order will be revoked under certain circumstances such as under Article 8 private or family life exception of the Human Rights Convention or if a decision not to revoke the deportation order would be contrary to the Human Rights Convention or the Refugee Convention or if there has been a material change in circumstances in relation to the factors that resulted in the foreign national’s deportation on the ground it was conducive to the public good.
If you require any further information or you would like to make an application for revocation of an order of deportation, please do not hesitate to contact one of our lawyers.
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