Bail Application and Immigration Bail – Why Clay and Porter Solicitors?
If you know somebody that has been detained by the Immigration authorities or if indeed you have been detained yourself, then you need to speak to specialist immigration lawyers at Clay and Porter Solicitors.
Freedom from imprisonment and arbitrary arrest is a fundamental human right and by virtue of the Human Rights Act 1998 is legally enforceable within the UK. An Immigration Bail can be requested or applied for to either the Immigration Judge or the Chief Immigration Officer (CIO) for the release of someone from immigration detention. When an immigrant is detained, Clay and Porter Solicitors will give great thought as to how the person can be released. At first, verbal communication with the immigration service may provide some results. If this does not work, we communicate with the Chief Immigration Officer so that the detained individual may be released on Temporary Admission (TA). If the Chief Immigration officer refuses a TA application, we proceed to the Immigration Tribunal to apply for immigration bail
When a detainee is released they will need to comply with a set of conditions such as:
- Reporting to a police station or Immigration Service
- Reside at a particular address
Sureties – these conditions may vary by an application to an Immigration Judge or an Immigration Officer.