If your family member or friend is currently in detention at either an Immigration Removal Centre, a detention centre or prison, it may be possible to make a bail application to secure their release. The bail application may be made to either a Chief Immigration Officer (‘CIO bail’) or before a court (‘B1 bail’). The grounds to request for a detainee to be released on bail, and the likelihood of bail being granted, are determined by many factors, and so will be assessed on a case by case basis.
As well as helping to secure the release of your friend/family member we will also take appropriate measures to challenge any proposals to deport them from the UK. Again, the viability of this will be assessed on a case by case basis – the right advice and professional representation at the right time can make all the difference.
At Baker Chase Solicitors, we appreciate that the detention of a loved one can be a very difficult and anxious time for all concerned, but rest assured, our experienced lawyers have the expertise and resolve to ensure that no stones are left unturned in achieving our desired outcome. We will adopt a professional strategic approach to solving the ‘problem’ at hand. It is important to act quickly as any delays may compromise the representations we are permitted to make.
If you require our assistance, please give Baker Chase Solicitors a call on 0161 639 1888, email us at email@example.com or simply click the ‘Contact Us’ button on this page. One of our friendly, experienced and professional solicitors will be more than happy to assist you in any way we can.