If the Home Office has detained you then you need Immigration law advice from top London immigration solicitors to look at your Immigration bail options.
• Immigration removal centre; or
• Detention centre; or
• A prison
How can OTS Solicitors help?
• Detention and Immigration bail applications;
• Deportation cases;
• Asylum and humanitarian protection claims;
• Applications for Administrative Review and judicial review;
• Certification challenges including Asylum and Human Rights claims where no appeal right has been given;
• Challenges to unlawful detention and to the Detained Fast Track procedures;
• Representation at appeals at the First-tier Tribunal and the Upper Tribunals.
What is Immigration detention?
How do I apply for Immigration bail?
How long can you be detained without Immigration bail?
What helps an Immigration bail application?
• You have accommodation available;
• If you have a ‘Financial Condition Supporter’ or surety who supports your bail application.
Who is an Immigration bail Financial Condition Supporter?
• Pay money if you do not comply with the conditions of your bail;
• Pay money if you do not attend your bail hearing.
How do you apply for Immigration bail?
• To the Home Secretary - this is called ‘Secretary of State Bail’ and can be applied for at any time after your arrival in the UK and detention by the Home Office. The application for Secretary of State bail is decided by Home Office officials without a court hearing;
• To the First-tier Tribunal – this is called the Immigration and Asylum Chamber. You can only apply for this type of Immigration bail if you arrived in the UK more than eight days ago. An independent judge at a hearing decides a First Tier Tribunal Immigration bail application;
• If your Immigration matter involves an appeal to the Special Immigration Appeals Commission, you may be able to apply to the Commission for Immigration bail.
Automatic referrals for Immigration bail
• You have been detained without Immigration bail for over four months; and
• You are not being detained in the interests of national security; and
• You are not the subject of a deportation order or deportation proceedings; and
• You have not applied for Immigration bail to the First-tier Tribunal in the last four months.
First-tier Tribunal Immigration bail hearings
Immigration bail conditions
• To live at a specified address;
• To report to a police station or to an Immigration officer on a regular basis;
• To provide sureties.
Breaching Immigration bail conditions
How can OTS Solicitors help?
Please call OTS Solicitors on 0203 959 9123 to speak to one of our experienced London immigration solicitors who will be happy to help you.
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Posted on: Monday, 09 September, 2019