What do I need to know about First-tier Tribunal Hearing in Silloth?
After your application is received, a ‘notice of hearing’ will be sent to you detailing the date and venue of your tribunal.
Typically, the tribunal will not take place at a court of law and will instead be conducted through a video-link.
The Home Office will send a document to the tribunal detailing the reasons why you should not be granted bail, known as a ‘Bail Summary’.
In the bail hearing things such as financial conditions, community and family ties, release accommodation arrangements and immigration history will all be taken into account. The tribunal will also consider the likelihood of the applicant absconding.
It is important to note that if a detainee was refused bail in the past 28 days, they will not be entitled to another hearing unless there is a significant change in their situation.
How can IAS help with my asylum application in Silloth?
At the Immigration Advice Service, we know how complicated asylum cases can be in the UK. That is why we have one of the best teams of experienced OISC certified immigration advisers in the UK who can assist with each step of your asylum claim.
With offices across the UK, we work closely with you to provide you with the best legal advice and the most effective procedure to achieve a positive judgement on your asylum claim in Silloth.
Our immigration lawyers in Silloth and other UK cities are well-versed in all areas of asylum law, including the right of appeal, the appeals process, international protection, asylum law and policy, and the rights of asylum seekers in the UK.
We provide a professional and supportive service, and we can start work immediately on your case as soon as we have an agreement. This is because we understand the urgent nature involved in claiming asylum and we work with you to understand your objectives and advise on the best path forward.
We offer high-quality translation and comprehensive document fact-checking services to give your case the best opportunity for a successful outcome.
If you have been detained as a result of an unsuccessful asylum application, our immigration lawyers will provide emergency advice to you wherever you are being held.
Our lawyers will support you with your case and ensure that your application is at the highest standard before submission. We will also prepare a Letter of Representation and liaise with the Home Office on your behalf while your claim is being processed.
Get in touch with us now at 0333 455 3524 or use the chat function to speak to one of our expert advisers about your asylum case today.
Here at IAS, we can assist with all claims for asylum and humanitarian protection in the UK including help completing an asylum application, visits for detainees and representation for appeals and reviews in the event of an asylum refusal. One of our highly-qualified lawyers will guide you through your claiming asylum process.
We will review your asylum refusal and check your eligibility for asylum. You are guaranteed our support throughout your review and application process. Our services include:
- checking your documents to ensure that they are sufficient for your application;
- preparing a Letter of Representation to accompany your application. This letter outlines the details of your case and gives reasons for which your application ought to be accepted by the Home Office;
- liaising with the Home Office during your application process;
- completing each part of your application form to a professional standard.
Get in touch today on 0333 363 8577 or use our online enquiry form to get access to a specialist asylum lawyer who can guide you through the process of reviewing an asylum refusal in the UK.
If you have your Asylum application refused and you are not recognised or granted protection as a refugee in the UK, you may have a right of appeal or judicial review to the Immigration and Asylum Tribunal.
At the end of any appeals process, you will be expected to voluntarily return to your country of origin otherwise you risk the order for enforced removal. This may involve your arrest and detention in a secure centre, also known as an Immigration Removal Centre until you are required to leave. The asylum lawyers at IAS can provide emergency advice wherever you are being detained.
If your appeal rights have been exhausted but you have new evidence about your case or there has been a change of circumstance in your home country then you may be able to make further submissions to the UK Home Office seeking a fresh asylum claim.