Kangs Solicitors frequently represent clients who have been detained in Immigration Detention Centres and prisons.
The Situation | Kangs Immigration Advisory Solicitors
UK Immigration Officials detain thousands of individuals suspected of illegal entry, visa violations, over stayers, and those subject to deportation and removal from the UK resulting in many people being held in custody.
The Law | Kangs Solicitors Immigration Advisors
Freedom from arbitrary arrest and imprisonment is a fundamental human right, legally enforceable throughout the UK by virtue of the Human Rights Act 1998.
Individuals detained by Immigration Officials have the right to apply for bail if they have been in the UK for at least seven days.
Bail Applications | How We Can Assist| Kangs Immigration Team
After taking detailed instructions we will be able to:
- prepare and submit the appropriate bail application and supporting documents
- provide experienced support and represention in the Immigration and Asylum Chamber
An application is more likely to succeed if:
- suitable accommodation is available following release
- there is available at least one surety able to provide monetary support to secure your release and
- conditions can be agreed before a court providing for matters such as address, electronic tagging and reporting to Immigration Services.
- an application is submitted to legalise the stay in the UK.
How We Can Assist | Kangs Immigration Team
It is imperative that legal representation is sought to ensure that all required documents are correctly prepared and legal requirements observed.
An unsuccessful bail application will result in a delay of twenty eight days before a fresh one can be made.
Whatever your circumstances, our immigration specialists are available for support and assistance.
Kangs Solicitors has an established Immigration Department, able to assist with all Immigration and Deportation issues.
Please feel free to contact our Immigration team for advice through either of the following:
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