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Detention & Removal

If you have been detained by the Home Office or are facing removal, our immigration solicitors can help. We understand that you and your family will be going through a great deal of distress, but you can rely on our lawyers to work tirelessly on your behalf to ensure your case is heard as quickly as possible and that any issues are addressed properly. Get in touch with us today on 0208 051 2391 or fill out our online enquiry form.

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Experienced Immigration Solicitors

The Home Office can detain individuals as part of its general powers in respect of immigration control. However, it should be noted that these powers are highly discretionary – the Home Office may choose not to detain someone and instead allow them to remain in the UK temporarily.

There are detailed guidelines that should be followed by the Home Office when it comes to detaining an individual in immigration cases. These include a presumption in favour of release and the requirement that consideration is given to all reasonable alternatives before detention is authorised. At Vyman Solicitors, we are experts when it comes to arguing against detention on behalf of our clients, taking a robust approach to ensure that your interests are protected.


Administrive Removal

Administrative removal is the process that allows the Home Office to remove people from the UK. If you are facing removal, we have the skills and expertise to fight your case. Our solicitors will explore every option to prevent your removal, ensuring that your reasons for remaining in the UK are heard.

How can we help you?

Vyman Solicitors has a wealth of experience and can provide you with a full service for your immigration needs. 

We provide essential support to immigrants nationwide.

Please note that you need to formally instruct us or arrange an appointment before we can consider your matter or give you any advice. We do not accept instructions on a “no win, no fee” or legal aid basis.