Where a person is liable for deportation1, the Secretary of State2 may make a deportation order against him, that is, an order requiring him to leave and prohibiting him from entering the United Kingdom3. A deportation order invalidates any leave to enter or remain in the United Kingdom given before the order is made or while it is in force4 and a successful appeal or a revocation decision does not operate to reinstate that leave to remain5.
There is no right of appeal against a deportation decision; any appeal lies only against the refusal of any associated protection or human
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