Detainee Bail Package

We can provide immediate legal advice, assess your next steps and make bail arrangements

If your visa has expired or has been canceled and you have remained in the UK without making an application for a new one, the Home Office will consider you in breach of UK immigration laws. If this happens, the Home Office may take serious action, detaining you in a detention centre or prison.

If left unresolved, you may then be removed from the UK and, in extreme cases, be banned from re-entering the UK for a period of up to 10 years.

If you or someone you know has been detained by the Home Office, it is highly advisable that you seek the help of a legal expert immediately. With our immigration bail package, our specialist immigration lawyers can visit you to provide immediate legal advice, arrange family visitations, assess your next steps and make bail arrangements. Get in touch with us to discuss how we can help arrange bail for immigration detainees in further detail.


Someone I know has been arrested and placed in detention. How can you help?

Our Deportation/Detention Application Package offers a comprehensive service where we provide emergency advice to the individual detained and undertake and manage an application on their behalf.

This package includes:

  • Visiting the person at the detention center and taking detailed instructions about their circumstances
  • Providing tailored advice on the various options available to them and the expected time frames
  • Discussing and checking the information required to complete the relevant application form(s)
  • Completing the application form(s)
  • Collating and checking the documentation required to support application
  • Advising on any application fees
  • Producing a detailed representation letter outlining the circumstances and merits of their application with reference to any relevant legislation and case law in support of your case
  • Submitting the letter, the completed form(s) and supporting documentation to the relevant authority
  • Arranging payment of any application fees
  • Applying for bail to an immigration judge

How soon will you visit the detained individual?

We will aim to visit the individual in the detention centre as soon as possible. This may depend on lawyer availability and detention centre/prison visiting hours.

Our aim is to help them as soon as possible by beginning work on their application immediately. We will also apply for bail to allow them to go home as opposed to being held in the detention centre.

Although there is no guarantee of bail being granted, we have a high success rate in bail being granted to our clients.

What is the likely outcome?

This is impossible to say, each client’s circumstances will determine the outcome of their case.

Factors such as a criminal record, repeated overstaying of visas etc may have a negative impact on the case.

A full assessment of the chances of success with an application will be provided when the lawyer meets the client for the Advice Session.

Our other packages

Emergency Advice Package

Emergency immigration advice tailored to your circumstances and goals. Available 24 hours a day, 365 days a year


Application Package

Designed to make your visa application as successful, smooth and stress-free as possible


Fast Track Package

Premium application service that ensures your visa application is submitted to meet your deadline


Appeal Package

Ensure you have the greatest chance of a successful appeal. We will represent you in any hearings/tribunals


Case studies

We are proud to have changed lives for the better. Here are some of their stories:

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Ajay: Family Visit Visa Appeal

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They contacted IAS and emailed the… Read More

Clare: EEA PR & British Citizenship

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Gosia contacted IAS and arranged a time… Read More

Helen: Long-term Visits to the UK

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She knew the maximum time she was permitted to spend… Read More

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