‘Deportation – A Practical Guide’ by Gary McIndoe & Gemma Tracey
Deportation of foreign national offenders has been a key aspect of the government’s immigration policy in recent years. It splits families, often despite many years’ residence in the UK, and the legal odds are very clearly stacked against individuals facing deportation. In this book, aimed at legal practitioners but also accessible to those affected by deportation processes, we examine the law, rules and guidance which has built up rapidly around this difficult subject.
ABOUT THE AUTHORS
Gary McIndoe is founder and managing director of Latitude Law Solicitors. He has over 30 years’ experience in immigration practice, across both publicly-funded and private sectors, and is a former director of Greater Manchester Immigration Aid Unit. Gary is a trustee of Manchester-based refugee advocacy organisation RAPAR, and Chair of the Electronic Immigration Network, a charity providing online information in the field of immigration and asylum. He is listed as a leading individual by Chambers and Partners and the Legal 500.
Gemma Tracey is an associate at Latitude Law, where she has worked since it formed in 2007. She has particular expertise in preparing family applications, deportation appeals, nationality applications and sponsor licensing. She was shortlisted for ‘Legal Professional of the Year’ at the Manchester Young Talent Awards 2018, and ‘Lawyer of the Year’ at the Made in Manchester Awards 2019.
Chapter One – Exercise of Powers Under the Immigration Act 1971
Chapter Two – Who Is Exempt From Deportation?
Chapter Three – Further Legislation – Automatic Deportation
Chapter Four – Practical Considerations
Chapter Five – Key Legal Concepts
Chapter Six – Refugee Convention Cases
Chapter Seven – EEA Deportation
Chapter Eight – Managing Litigation
Chapter Nine – Revoking a Deportation Order
Appendix A – Checklist – Taking Instructions
Appendix B – List of Documents to Support Representations / Appeals
Appendix C – Template Appeal Skeleton Argument