Enforcement

Enforcement guidance:

This Practice Note outlines the administrative removal regime under the Immigration Act 2014 (IA 2014), including the reduced scope for challenging removal decisions. For...

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From 6 April 2015, most administrative removals will be dealt with under section 10 of the Immigration and Asylum Act 1999 (IA 1999), as amended by section 1 of the...

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This Practice Note outlines general principles of administrative removal, including who is and is not liable for removal and where they may be removed to. It also covers...

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Produced in partnership with Jo Renshaw of Turpin & Miller LLP Produced in partnership with David Sellwood of Garden Court Chambers This Practice Note outlines issues...

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This Practice Note looks at the legal and practical consequences of the curtailment and cancellation of leave to enter and remain. It also outlines the ways in which...

Practice Note

Deportation is the process by which a non-British citizen can be removed from the UK and prevented from lawfully returning. The power to deport is found in the sections 3...

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This Practice Note examines the powers of the Home Office to detain individuals when exercising immigration control. It includes an overview of the Home Office’s policy...

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This Practice Note covers the law relating to temporary admission and bail which applied as of 24 November 2016, prior to the commencement of the Immigration (European...

Practice Note

Immigration officers (IOs) have a number of statutorily-conferred powers to enter premises to search for persons and evidence and, on entry, to arrest persons and seize...

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This Practice Note examines the power of immigration bail, which from 15 January 2018 is the single power of release relevant to persons who are liable to detention. For...

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The Home Office has a policy of retaining valuable original documents where an in-country application has been refused or has been deemed to be invalid in circumstances...

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