What are the Conditions of Bail for Immigration Detainees?
If you are currently in an immigration removal centre or detention centre in Thursby or any other city in the UK, you can apply for immigration bail. Depending on your circumstances, you can either apply for Home Office Bail or a First-Tier Tribunal Bail.
You will only be eligible for the right to apply for bail after spending at least seven days in detention, and, if your bail application is successful, you will be “released on bail”, and allowed to leave the immigration removal centre.
If any of your friends or loved ones are currently facing detention in the UK, our OISC certified immigration lawyers can offer you all the guidance needed to submit a successful bail application. Although we cannot guarantee or predict the outcome of your claim because of a lot of factors beyond our controls, we are committed to providing you with the best guidance, to ensure that your case is handled with the utmost care and professionalism.
How soon will my Indefinite Leave to Remain (ILR) application be processed in Thursby?
There is no fixed time frame for Indefinite Leave to Remain (ILR) applications to be processed if you only opt for the standard application service, but you will receive a decision from the UKVI within a timeframe of six months.
A fast-track service is available if you require a quick decision on your application which will ensure that your visa application processing is done within five working days. We also offer a super-fast-track service for extremely time-sensitive applications which will provide a decision on your visa application within one working day.
We 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.
Likewise, we can help you submit your detainee visit request. In the majority of cases, this may the only way to communicate with your friends or family and to offer them all the support they need.
Our aim is to offer detainee support as soon as possible, by beginning work on your application immediately. We will also submit a bail application to allow them to be released from the immigration removal centre.
Although there is no guarantee of bail being granted, we have a high success rate in bail being granted to our clients.
An asylum application will be unsuccessful if certain conditions given by the Home Office have not yet been met, or the asylum seeker has not fulfilled all stipulated requirements.
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 go back to your home country unless you risk the order for enforced removal which may involve your arrest and detention in a secure centre, also known as an Immigration Removal Centre until you are compelled to leave. The OISC certified asylum lawyers at IAS can provide emergency advice wherever you are being detained.
If your appeal rights have been exhausted and you have new supporting evidence about your case or there has been a change of circumstance in your country of origin, then you may be able to make further submissions to the UK Home Office seeking a fresh asylum claim.