Detainee Bail & Visits

If you are currently in the UK illegally, overstayed your visa or you have had an asylum claim refused, you and your family members may be detained at an Immigration Removal Centre (IRC). The Home Office are able to detain a person if they do not believe that you will report to the immigration authorities whilst in the UK.

You might be able to appeal the order and you can also apply for bail to secure your release from an IRC or a secure centre, however, legal advise needs to be sought urgently if you have been detained which is where one of our immigration experts can help. A member of our team can arrange to meet you urgently to discuss your options and make arrangements for bail. We will liaise with the Home Office to make an informed decision on your case and assist with the whole process.

UK Immigration rules are complex and challenging which is why we work to our client's best interest and understand what is at stake.

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