Home Office Bail
Secretary of State Bail
The power to grant bail is available to the Secretary of State for the Home Department by virtue of paragraph 1 of Schedule 10 of the Immigration Act 2016, if an individual is detained under the detention powers vested with the Secretary of State or liable to be detained under any of those powers. The application for bail can be made anytime after arrival in the UK using the bail application form Bail 401.The application is normally determined by the Home Office staff on behalf of the Secretary of State and there will not be a hearing.
The successful bail application may be subject to a number of conditions and may include, but not limited to the following:
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Frequently Asked Questions
The Bail application form Bail 401 can be downloaded from here. This form can also be obtained from the welfare officer at an Immigratio Removal Centre or is included as part of the detention paperwork pack if in prison.
Please use the form B2 to apply for change of circumstance if the bail has been issued by the First Tier tribunal. If the management of the bail has been transferred to the Home Office, then contact them instead. If the bail is granted by the Secretary of State bail, speak to an immigration officer.