Shamima Begum, who joined the Islamic State group in Syria aged 15, is to lose her UK citizenship.
The family’s lawyer, Tasnime Akunjee, said they were “disappointed” with the decision and were considering “all legal avenues” to challenge it.
Ms Begum left Bethnal Green, east London, with two school friends in February 2015.
Now 19, she was found in a Syrian refugee camp last week after reportedly leaving Baghuz, IS’s last stronghold.
In a BBC interview, Ms Begum, who has just given birth, had said she now wants the UK’s forgiveness and to return home.
ITV News said Ms Begum’s mother had received a letter from the Home Office on Tuesday.
The letter said Home Secretary Sajid Javid had ordered the move and it had already been processed.
It asked the mother to let her daughter know of the decision and to inform her she has a right to appeal.
Whitehall sources confirmed the home secretary had taken the decision. However, it is not clear on what grounds this was done.
Under the 1981 British Nationality Act someone can be deprived of their citizenship if the home secretary is satisfied that it would be “conducive to the public good” and they would not become stateless as a result.
Ms Begum said she travelled to Syria with her sister’s UK passport but it was taken from her when she crossed the border.
She is believed to be of Bangladeshi heritage but when asked by the BBC, she said did not have a Bangladesh passport and had never been to the country.
Mr Javid told MPs on Monday he would not “hesitate to prevent” the return of Britons who travelled to Syria to join IS.
He said more than 100 dual nationals have already lost their UK citizenship after travelling in support of terrorist groups.
First Published 19.02.19: https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-47299907