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Being held in immigration detention is extremely stressful, especially if English is your second language and you are not clear about why you are being held or aware of your legal rights. The Immigration Law Solicitors at Hadi Law will provide fast, compassionate, effective legal advice and representation if you are being held in immigration detention and work tirelessly to secure bail so you can return home. As a team, we care deeply about our clients and their families and will leave no stone unturned to ensure your best interests are protected and you are released from immigration detention as soon as possible.
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As well as our ability to achieve positive results, our clients appreciate our honesty and integrity. If it is simply not possible to fight a removal or deportation order, we will let you know and examine other legal routes available to you once you have left the UK. Our Immigration Solicitors will keep you constantly updated as to the status of your case and are always available to answer any questions.
Please call us for an initial consultation on 01772 447000 or request a callback.
Why am I being held in immigration detention?
UK Government policy states that anyone who does not have leave to remain in the UK, or whose leave to remain has expired can be detained in a secure facility. This includes people whose asylum claims have been rejected and whose appeal rights exhausted.
Who cannot be held in immigration detention?
The Home Office’s Adults at Risk in Immigration Detention policy sets out the conditions or experiences which may indicate a person is “particularly vulnerable to harm in detention”: They include (but are not limited to):
suffering from a mental health condition or impairment
having been a victim of torture
having been a victim of human trafficking or modern slavery.
suffering from post-traumatic stress disorder
suffering from other serious physical health conditions or illnesses
being aged 70 or over
If any of the above experiences or conditions apply to you we can argue strenuously for your release. Our Immigration Solicitors will obtain evidence to support your claim, including organising a Rule 35 report. Rule 35 requires detention centre doctors to report to the Home Office “any detained person whose health is likely to be injuriously affected by continued detention or any conditions of detention.” If the detention centre doctor’s report is flawed or incomplete, we can arrange for an independent medical expert witness to examine you and provide their findings to the Home Office.
What is immigration bail?
Immigration bail can be granted by the Secretary of State or the First-tier Tribunal (Immigration and Asylum Chamber). The former can grant bail if you are liable for detention but have not yet been detained.
A Tribunal cannot grant you bail within the first eight days of your arrival in the UK. You will automatically be given a bail hearing if you have been detained for four months or more.
Your chances of being granted immigration bail are increased if you can prove you have a place to live and you have a ‘Financial Condition Supporter’ who will pay money if you break your bail conditions and attend your bail hearing.
How we can help
Hadi Law Solicitors have advised and represented thousands of clients across England and Wales on administrative removal and deportation. We are committed to providing you with honest and affordable advice, representation, and legal services. You can be confident that by instructing us, we will tenaciously pursue every avenue to achieve a successful result
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For further information speak to us on 01772 447000 or reach out to us on our 7 day a week WhatsApp helpline07869760533.