If you receive a deportation order or an intention to make a deportation order, this is an urgent matter and it is recommended you seek legal advice.
We can advise in circumstances where a person has been served with a
3 options letter (proposal to deport) or where a deportation order has
been made and you wish to challenge or appeal this.
Proposal to deport
If you receive a proposal to deport or a three options letter, you must reply within 15 days. If you want to stay in Ireland you have the option of filing an application for humanitarian leave to remain, if your application is successful residency will be granted and if refused a deportation order will be issued against you.
Revocation of deportation order
If you receive a deportation order and you think that the decision is invalid it may be possible to issue High Court Judicial Review proceedings within 28 days of the date of the decision.
Alternatively, if you have had a deportation order issued against you and your circumstances materially change you may be eligible to have you deportation order revoked per section 3(11) of the Immigration Act 1999.
We have experience of all types of applications, including High Court injunctions to seek to prevent imminent deportations.