Appy to get release and bail contact our expert team of Immigration Solicitors. If you or your relative have been detained by the Immigration Authorities and the person is in detention then the person can be either released or granted bail (Release and Bail).There are a number of steps to be pursued in order to seek release of a client from detention:

a) Temporary admission

b) CIO (Chief Immigration Officer-bail) Bail

c) Tribunal bail

d) Judicial Review

First of all a person should apply for the Chief Immigration Officer for Bail, however if the chief Immigration Officer refused your bail application then you can apply for the First Tier Immigration and Asylum Tribunal.

How to apply Bail to the Chief Immigration Officer/Secretary of state (Release and Bail)

The form which you need to fill in and submit to the Chief Immigration Officer/Secretary of State is Bail 401.

If bail will be granted with a financial condition attached then you may put forward one or more financial supporters who agree to be liable to pay a specified sum of money if you fail to comply with the conditions of
your bail.

Apply Bail to the First Tier Immigration and asylum Tribunal:

Once your bail is refused by the Chief Immigration Officer/Secretary of State then you can apply Bail directly to the First Tier Immigration and Asylum Tribunal. It will be heard at the First Tier Immigration and asylum Tribunal and you will be present via video conferencing.

You must fill in form B1 to get released on Bail from Immigration Detention

Even if it is refused by the Secretary of state then you may challenge it by way of Judicial Review, and Judicial Review application must be filed with the Upper Tribunal Field House.

Our team of expert Immigration Solicitor in Southall and Immigration Solicitors in Cardiff aim to deliver the best outcome of your complicated Immigration Matter. Our firm is regulated by the solicitors regulation authority (SRA).