Immigrants detained by the Home Office can apply for immigration bail under some circumstances. Learn how our expert solicitors can help you (or someone you know).
Applying for an Immigration Bail
We can help you apply for immigration bail if you’re detained because you overstayed your visa or are an illegal immigrant.
If you are detained you can apply for bail to:
- The Secretary of State for the Home Department
- The First-Tier Tribunal (Immigration and Asylum Chamber)
The Home Office’s “Adults at Risk in Immigration Detention” policy sets out the conditions which will indicate that a person may be “particularly vulnerable to harm in detention”. That means the person should not be detained if they are:
- Suffering from a mental health condition
- Have been a victim of torture
- Victims of modern slavery
- Have a serious physical health condition
- Physically disabled
Aged 70 or above
As per the Home Office guidance, being in one of these categories doesn’t necessarily exempt you from being detained. Immigration solicitors can use it to argue that you deserve to be released if you ever get detained.
We have helped hundreds of detainees to secure their Immigration Bails by submitting applications to the Secretary of State or representing clients to First- Tier Tribunal.
We carefully consider your circumstance to ensure that your safety at the detention centre is not compromised. We have a high success rate in securing immigration bails. We always ensure that you are immediately released from the detention to avoid any risk of harm to you suffer.
Our immigration solicitors stay by your side from start to finish. We can help you (or someone you know) to receive justice during these testing times.