Re-entry ban

23:25 Nov 19, 2019
English to Romanian translations [PRO]
Law/Patents - Law (general)
English term or phrase: Re-entry ban
If you enter the UK illegally, overstay your visa, breach conditions of your leave or use deception in your application, you could be deported and will likely face some sort of re-entry ban. Depending on what you do for the Home Office to deport you, the ban could range from one to ten years.
You can face deportation for breaking any immigration rules, including overstaying the time limit allocated to you on your visa, breaching any conditions stated on your visa, or lying on your application to come to the UK.
Breaching conditions of your leave could, for example, mean getting a paid job in the UK whilst in the country on a visa that doesn’t allow this. Using deception in an application could mean lying about where you were born, your age, your criminal history or what you intend to do in the UK.
The rules for deportation and re-entry bans apply for adults who make any of these errors, and for children whose parent/s made these errors on their behalf.
Coming back to the UK after deportation is possible, but it depends on whether you have a re-entry ban, which in turn depends on how you broke UK immigration rules.
John Farebrother
United Kingdom

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