Latest posts on meaning of "unduly harsh"
Reconciliation with victim a factor against deportation
In SM (Zimbabwe) v Secretary of State for the Home Department  EWCA Civ 1566, the Court of Appeal has reiterated the correct approach to deportation appeals involving the potential separation of children from their parents. This unusual appeal ...9th November 2021
Can children be deported from the UK?
Yes. Children can be removed from the UK as part of a family. They can, on paper, also be deported in their own right for criminal offending: the Home Secretary’s power of deportation under the Immigration Act 1971 is not limited to under-18s, a ...8th September 2021
Deportation of father not “unduly harsh” on child in loving home
A Jamaican man who has been in the UK for over 20 years must be deported, the Court of Appeal has confirmed. The court held that Logan Reid, 51, had not established that his deportation would be “unduly harsh” on his teenage son, given the ...10th August 2021
Supreme Court dismisses deportation appeal of man living in UK since he was 9
In Sanambar v Secretary of State for the Home Department  UKSC 2 the Supreme Court has dismissed the appeal against deportation of an Iranian citizen who arrived in the United Kingdom aged nine in 2005. He had committed several knifepoint robber ...16th July 2021
Revocation of deportation orders under EU law after Brexit
Non-EU citizens can potentially have a deportation order against them revoked where they have acquired or could acquire rights as family members of EU nationals. Such opportunities will continue to be relevant to a specific group of people for some ye ...30th June 2021
Protections for EU citizens served with notice of deportation
When the Home Office want to deport an EU citizen who has committed a criminal offence it adopts a two-stage process. First it issues a Deportation Liability Notice (DLN). This lets the person know that the Home Office is considering deportation and i ...29th June 2021