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The Immigration Solicitors at Hadi Law understand how stressful it is to be subject to immigration detention, deportation, or administrative removal. Collectively, our team have over 30 years’ experience in advising and representing people facing such desperate situations. We appreciate what is at stake in deportation situations, including the emotional and financial impact such action may have on your family and dependents. Our Immigration Law Solicitors are committed to achieving results and will place enormous legal pressure on the Home Office to gain your release from immigration detention or halt your deportation or administrative removal flight.
“I couldn’t be happier with the service I received from Hadi Law. Zeemal and Ivan completely went out of their way to ensure that the case I had given to them was handled quickly and discreetly. There were times I was completely unable to provide them with required documents due to an ongoing illness, but they were patient and helpful and supported me through that with great care and respect. They understood what I needed, and everything was done in a timely and professional manner. I received the outcome they had told me I would and for that I am very impressed.
Super reliable team and service. Great communication and understanding of each individual person’s case and circumstances. I have already recommended Hadi Law to my siblings and a friend.”
You can trust that our Immigration Detention and Deportation Solicitors will always act in a way that is in your best interests. You can rely on us to take care of the situation for you so you can move on with your life.
Please call us for an initial consultation on 01772 447000 or request a callback.
Immigration bail and detention
Immigration detention is where a person is held in a detention facility whilst they wait for a decision on their immigration status or their removal or deportation from the UK.
The Home Office can detain you on the grounds of:
Overstaying your visa.
Entering the country illegally.
Not leaving the country after your visa has expired.
Having no legal right to be in the UK
There is no statutory time limit on immigration detention. This means you can be detained indefinitely, although most people are detained for 28 days or less.
Immigration bail, is where the Home Office or the First-tier Tribunal (Immigration and Asylum Chamber) (the latter only applies if you have been in the UK for more than eight days), allows for your release from immigration detention providing you comply with at least one condition, such as:
Regular reporting to an immigration official.
Living at a specified address.
Restrictions on work and studies.
Electronic monitoring (like wearing a tag).
Financial guarantees (also known as sureties).
You may be asked to name a Financial Condition Supporter who promises to pay a set sum of money if you breach one or more of your bail conditions. Breaching your bail conditions could result in you being returned to immigration detention.
Deportation and administrative removal
In the UK, both deportation and administrative removal are legal processes by which the Home Office can remove you from the UK if you have no legal right to be in the country.
Deportation refers to the process of removing foreign nationals from the country. You can be deported if the Secretary of State deems that you should be removed from the UK for the public good. This typically involves you having been convicted of a serious criminal offence. Under section 32 of the UK Borders Act 2007, any foreign offender who is sentenced to a period of imprisonment of 12 months or more should be automatically considered for deportation.
Administrative removal is where you are removed from the UK for breaching immigration rules but have not committed a criminal offence. Examples might include overstaying a visa, violating the terms of a visa, or entering the country illegally. If you are eligible for administrative removal, you will receive notice from the Home Office; however, you will have an opportunity to appeal the decision under Section 82 (2) (g) of the Nationality, Immigration and Asylum Act 2002.
How Hadi Law Solicitors can help
Hadi Law Solicitors provide specialist, compassionate immigration law advice and representation. You can be confident that by choosing us, you will receive honest and affordable legal services. We understand the consequences for you and your family should you be detained, deported, or subject to administrative removal. We work quickly and effectively to have you released from immigration detention, organise immigration bail, and fight deportation or administrative removal proceedings.
“Hadi law Solicitors are great professionals; they are really experienced and informative. Especially Katie and Sana who have been showing support since the start. Really impressed with the customer service. Will be using them for the future.”
For further information speak to us on 01772 447000 or reach out to us on our 7 day a week WhatsApp helpline07869760533.