Bail Applications & Appeals
If you’ve been placed in a removal centre as part of an immigration case and have been in the UK for less than 7 days, it may be necessary to seek a bail application in order to prevent you from spending further time under custody. Whitestone Solicitors has a wealth of experience in dealing with immigration bail cases similar to yours, giving you the best chance of success and ensuring you are able to continue with a normal life while your case is resolved. Contact us today on 0800 8 101010 to speak with one of our specialist immigration bail application and appeal advisory team.
There are numerous factors which might influence a court’s chances of granting you bail. If you are likely to be held for a long period of time or indefinitely, or if you are being held with your family, it is likely unlawful to keep you in a removal centre for much longer. You can only be held in such a centre if the courts can show that there is no other option. If you feel as though your detainment is unfair, or your friend or family member has been detained upon entry to the UK, contact us today to help build the best case for their release.
If your bail application is successful, you will likely have to live under certain restrictions. You may have a curfew, or might have to stay at a certain address. You may have to regularly check in at a local police or immigration station, and you will likely need a friend or family member to leave their details with the court as a financial suretie. These restrictions may cause you some annoyance, but are preferable in any case to spending your time in a detention centre. If you break your bail conditions, you will immediately be transferred back to the centre.
If bail is not granted, you will remain at the removal centre, but may still have the option of creating a bail appeal. Whitestone Solicitors work with the detained in order to analyse exactly what failed on the previous application, and to create an appeal which gives you the best chance of being released. If you do not present a danger to society, do not present a high risk of absconding, are likely to be held for a significant period, and there are UK citizens who can vouch for you, it may be worth creating an immigration bail appeal.
Without applying for bail, you may find yourself remanded in detention centres for an indefinitely long period of time while your deportation is arranged. We would always recommend applying for bail, as your freedom will allow you to build a strong argument for a permanent stay in the UK, which may be severely hindered if you are in custody.
Contact Whitestone Solicitors today on 0800 8 101010 for quality legal advice from our dedicated bail solicitors. Our fees are highly competitive, and our multilingual and friendly team are waiting to take your call. Regardless of the charges issued against you, it is always worth making an immigration bail application or appeal.
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