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Immigration Bail Bonds

Immigration Bail Bonds

YES, we post immigration bail bonds! More than 100,000 immigrants are arrested by the U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) every year.  Being undocumented, having an expired visa, and green card slips can be just a few of the reasons your friend or loved one get detained and sent to an immigration detention center. To get them out, immigration bail bonds are required.


Immigration bail bonds are a form of bond that guarantees the presence of an individual accused to show up in court. The amount of a bond is varied depending on the severity of the issue and the history of the individual.


Immigration Bail Bonds Requirements

Not every person who is detailed by the ICE is eligible for immigration bail bonds. The detainee must meet certain requirements for eligibility.  Some of those requirements are listed below.  Keep in mind this is not a complete list and the final decision rests solely with ICE officials and judges:

  • No previous major convictions
  • No previous orders for their deportation
  • Not a previous danger or pose a threat to the local community
  • Not a flight risk
  • Not a threat to the national security

Types of Immigration Bail Bonds

Voluntary Departure Bonds – Detainees are provided an option to voluntarily leave the country by a specified time period at their own expense. This bond is refundable once the Alien has left the country, but any money paid will be forfeited if they fail to leave or if the obligor can not show proof that the Alien actually left the country.


Delivery Bond – Detainee may be eligible for a delivery bond, which will be determined by the ICE or immigration judge. The detainee will receive an arrest warrant and a notice of custody conditions if they are released by a delivery bond. This allows them to consult with immigration lawyers and spend time with family before the court hearing.


What Do You Do When You’re Arrested?

Understand that if the person being arrested is uncooperative, it will make their case worse. The key is to stay calm and don’t resist arrest. Arguing or fighting with an officer will make the process take longer and may have a direct impact on whether or not a bond is granted.  It literally makes the whole situation much more difficult.


The Department of Homeland Security Immigrations Customs Enforcement makes an arrest, taking the illegal alien to a federal law enforcement station for processing and booking.


The immigration bond amount is set by an immigration judge after an interview. Immigration status, employment situation, family ties in the United States, and criminal history are factored into the cost of the immigration bail bond. The normal minimum amount for an immigration bond is $1,500, increasing over $15,000 depending on the detainee’s risk factors.


After the arrest, the detainee’s family members and friends can visit the processing center or jail where they can get information on whether or not an immigration bond has been granted or not.  If a bond has been granted, then the family can start the decision making process of how they will go about getting the bond posted so the detainee can be released. If your family (or whoever is helping the detainee) cannot pay the full amount of the bond, United Immigrations Bonds can work with you to help make arrangements to get your loved one out of jail.


How United Immigration Bonds Can Help

Your friends or loved ones being detained and incarcerated can turn into a very stressful time for you and your family. That’s why we’re here to make the process easier. Helping you pay the immigration bail bond amount without you putting yourself and your family in a difficult financial situation is what we do every day.  And most of the time you will NOT be required to put up your home or auto as collateral to secure the bond.


Getting your loved one out of the detention center and back home is our only job – and we do it well!  United Immigration Bonds can often get your loved one back to you the very same day if the process is started early enough.


With years of experience in the bail bonding industry, the professional agents at United Immigration Bonds provide courteous and efficient service and can get your immigration bond processed with no hassles at all.


If you’re looking for a trusted leader in the immigration bail bonds industry, you’ve come to the right place.  Let us help relieve the stress.  We offer convenient payment plans with no interest and no annual fees.  Just give us a call, we’ll do all the heavy work and take it off your hands.


Contact United Immigration Bonds Now at 469-779-0101 To Get Your Loved One Back Home!

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