Offences punishable by Deportation
A significant number of illegal immigrant cases end in the deportation of the immigrants involved to their countries of origin unless it can be established that this would adversely affect their human rights as well as expose them to imminent danger. In the latter case, it would be against the provisions of international law to deport such people. As already explained above, it is very often the case, where some illegal (or indeed legal) immigrants are found to have been involved in criminal activities, that the criminal justice system and the Secretary of State may decide that they should be returned to their countries of origin. Our London criminal defence lawyers will see to it that your rights are protected under both domestic and international law provisions.
Whatever the situation may be with you, no matter the circumstances surrounding your particular case, we remain steadfast in our promise of a thorough, tailor-made, professional and effective service to you. You will enjoy the same attention to detail, meticulous and strategic approach to case preparation and presentation that our esteemed clients have taken advantage of over the past several years.