IMMIGRATION LAW ENQUIRIES


Administrative Removal


"The enforced removal to their country of origin of an overstayer of an illegal entrant by the UK Border Agency. Administrative removal is authorised under section 10 of the Immigration and Asylum Act 1999. A person who is not a British citizen may be removed from the United Kingdom in accordance with directions given by an immigration officer if: 1. having only a limited leave to remain, he fails to observe a condition attached to the leave or remains beyond the time limited by the leave, or 2. he uses deception in seeking leave to remain or 3. he had been granted indefinite leave to remain as a refugee but that leave was revoked under section 76(3) of the Nationality, Immigration and Asylum Act 2002, or 4. directions have been given for the removal of a person to whose family he belongs. Unlike deportation, administrative removal does not prevent a person removed from applying for fresh leave to enter."


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