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In 2018, the immigration bail system was overhauled. The process for applying for bail from inside detention largely remains the same, but the nature of bail has been substantially changed, allowing the Home Office to regulate those without leave to remain but who cannot be detained.
This ebook, written by experienced experts Jennifer Blair and Larry Lock, guides you through the law and process surrounding applications for immigration bail.
Immigration bail hearings can feel like a lottery. Clients will ask why they are still detained when they have seen other people released weeks or months earlier. To some extent immigration bail is a lottery. Different tribunal hearing centres have very different grant rates and individual judges can adopt very different approaches.
The ebook is aimed at lawyers, caseworkers and those supporting people in detention who are making an application for immigration bail. It sets out the legal framework and the practicalities of applying for bail, giving worked examples along the way.
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