Immigration Detention is a policy where people suspected of visa violations, illegal entry or unauthorised arrival and those expecting deportation are held under the supervision of immigration authorities until a decision is not reached to either release them into the community or to send them back their country of departure. Immigration Detention is an important part of UK’s immigrations system. However, the law prevent authorities from detaining certain individuals. And according to immigrations solicitors on Bolton, you may be able to make a claim if you were detained despite being among one of these individuals.
When is it Illegal to detain you?
As per law, it is illegal for authorities to detain you if:-
- You are an unaccompanied minor.
- You have a sever disability.
- You have an infectious or contagious disease.
- You are a woman who is at least 24 weeks pregnant.
- You are suffering from some kind of mental illness.
- You need constant medical care.
- You have evidence of being a victim of torture or human trafficking.
If you fall in any of the above categories, it is your right to seek the assistance of immigrations solicitors in Bolton to make a claim against immigration authorities. It is your right to be treated properly by the UKBA