If a friend or a loved one of yours has been arrested and placed into detention by U.S Immigration Customs Enforcement (ICE), he or she may have the opportunity to take advantage of an immigration bond. An immigration bond provides the opportunity for him or her to continue living life outside of the detention facility while waiting for the upcoming hearing. The bond can be paid at an ICE office in any part of the country. The person that will be making the payment has to provide:
When paying ICE, you will need to pay in the form of a cashier's check or money order.
Eligibility For Immigration Bonds
Your friend or loved one may qualify to be released on bond depending on their criminal and deportation history. Their current immigration status will also play a factor into the judge’s decision. The criteria needed to qualify for an Immigration Bond are:
What Happens After Bond Is Granted?
Once you pay the immigration bond, your friend or loved one will be released from detention. They will need to fulfill their obligations and attend all future court hearings. If they do not attend all future court hearings, then the bond will be forfeited to the court and you will not be able to get your money back. Immigration bonds can range anywhere from $1,500 up to $20,000 and more.
Immigration Bond Attorney In Phoenix
At Rose Law Group, our Immigration team is dedicated to helping and representing you. The first step in this process is for us to understand your particular case. Our goal is to take the time needed to understand your situation inside and out so that we can put you in the best position possible. After your free consultation, you will have a better understanding of the next steps you need to take to help your friend or loved one who is currently being detained.
In Arizona, we represent clients in the following Immigration Courts for bonds:
We provide a free confidential consultation. It’s important to us that you understand where you stand currently in the process. Schedule your free consultation today by filling out the form below.
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