If the UK Border Agency has requested to sign periodically and he has absconded, there is little they can do until such time as they become aware of his whereabouts.
There may be a decision made in his absence, however, he will have the right to appeal if he has not had Notice of the Hearing.
If they become aware of his whereabouts, and he is detained, due to the current situation, it seems the UKBA may deport him to his home country.
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You should contact immigration and inform them of the situation. You should inform them that he has a family in the UK and also inform them of his trouble withthe Police.
You may also wish to contact the office of your local MP and request that they write to the Home Office on your behalf.
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Can I type a letter to the immigration or is it nessecary we get a lawyer to do it for us.
Will the Immigration accept my letter if i type it up myself
So when he gets Caught by immigration, will the police ask my mom with any question; reason being of my mom knowing that a illegal person is staying in the uk, because my mom tried a lot of times to settle with him, he did not accept that and caused more and more fights with my mom. will this affect my 2 small sisters and my small brother
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