Bail for Immigration Detainees in Stanhope?
The Home Office will consider you in breach of UK immigration laws if you have a cancelled or expired visa and remain in the UK without making an application for a new one.
You could be detained in an immigration removal centre and, potentially, face deportation from the UK if you are found to be in breach of immigration law or the conditions of your immigration status. In extreme cases, you could be banned from re-entering the country for a period of up to 10 years.
Our expert immigration lawyers at IAS are trained to provide adequate services for any detainee in need of bail.
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Can I Challenge a Deportation or Removal Order?
There will be an official notification letter from the Home Office if it decides that an individual should be deported or removed from the UK. You have the right to challenge the resolution of the Home Office by explaining why you believe you should stay in the country. However, it is essential to consider that you are not automatically entitled to the right of appeal to challenge a deportation order.
A deportation order can be appealed against on the grounds of a breach of human rights through the UK’s Human Rights Act 1998. Also, if you are eligible to apply for asylum, you could challenge an administrative removal order.
If you wish to make an appeal, it is imperative that you receive guidance from an experienced immigration law firm. The Immigration Advice Service can provide emergency assistance if you are facing deportation or removal. We can help you formulate an appeal to challenge the decision and will support you through the entire process.
If an individual wants to appeal against deportation or removal, they must do so within 28 days of receiving the deportation or removal order. If a person is already in detention, they must submit an appeal within 5 days.
What is the Judicial Review UK?
If you have made an application to the Home Office and it has been refused, you might be able to appeal that decision.
Whilst it is not possible to appeal against every refusal, it may be possible to seek an Administrative or Judicial Review of that decision. Judicial Review is the procedure by which you can seek to challenge the decision, action or failure to act of a public body exercising a public law function.
Appeals and reviews of decisions made by the Home Office can be complicated. With this in mind, seeking the advice and assistance of an immigration specialist is highly recommended.
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Our Appeal Package provides you with a comprehensive service in which we would undertake and manage the entire process for you.
In our Appeal Package, one of our experts will:
- take detailed instructions from you about your situation;
- discuss the appeal requirements of the UK Immigration Rules with you and how they are connected to your case;
- provide you with comprehensive advice on the advantages of appealing against the visa refusal;
- complete and lodge all the required appeal forms in line with the professional standard;
- develop a detailed and comprehensive document bundle for the court outlining the details and merits of your appeal in chronological order, and why it should be accepted;
- expertly represent you at the full hearing before the tribunal, and liaise with the appellate authorities for the duration of your appeal.
To claim asylum in the UK, you should contact border officials at any UK port and state that you wish to make an asylum claim. After this, you will be brought for a screening interview. If you are already living in the UK and want to claim asylum, you should contact the Home Office to book a screening interview.
You must have left your country of origin due to fear of persecution that falls under one of the protected classes under international law.
If the Home Office believes that your case is valid, you may be referred for a substantive interview. During this interview, you will be asked in-depth questions about your reasons for leaving your country of origin and the reasons you are seeking asylum in the UK.
Following this interview, you will be issued with a decision on your case. Under some circumstances, it is possible to appeal a negative decision.
If you are provided with a positive decision, you will be granted leave to remain under a specific immigration status.
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