Trusted Immigration Bail Bond Service Provider
The job of an Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) officer is to prevent people from illegally migrating to the United States. Individuals arrested and accused of staying in U.S. soil unlawfully start a lengthy legal process, which may result in either deportation or eventual release.
The good news is that defendants can post bail and leave jail temporarily to prepare for their scheduled hearing. If an ICE agent has taken your loved one into custody, keep your cool and get in touch with Amistad Immigration Bonds.
We have extensive experience and knowledge in handling immigration bonds. With our help, your loved one doesn’t have to stay in jail while awaiting their court schedule. They can get ready for the immigration hearings at the comfort of their home.
Immigration Bond: An Overview
An immigration bond refers to money paid to secure the release of a detained foreign national. It serves as a guarantee to the government that the bonded individual, once out of the detention, will be present in all hearings scheduled and mandated by the immigration court. The bail money is forfeited when the individual charged with the crime fails to attend the required court hearings.
People detained for an immigration crime may post an immigration bond unless they committed any of the following, in which case they will not be eligible:
- Failure to Follow a Deportation Order
- A History of Missing Court Hearings
- Having a Special Criminal Conviction
The immigration bail bond amount varies. These factors, however, can influence the bail bond figure:
- How much of a flight risk the detained foreign national presents
- The threat the detainee poses to national security
- The danger the defendant presents to the community
As for bond payment, any person with legal status and has the funds can pay the whole value of the bond. The individuals who provide the money are obligors. They are eligible to get the funds back if the detainee attends all the mandated and scheduled court hearings.
Convenient, 24-Hour Immigration Bond Service
Those interested in posting bail for their loved ones can speak with one of our bilingual (Spanish and English) agents anytime. Whether it’s the middle of the day or the wee hours of the morning, you can count on us to respond to your inquiries and walk you through the immigration bail process.
We accept immigration bond paperwork through multiple communication channels, including fax and email. You don’t have to leave your house or workplace and drive to our office to submit the completed and signed documents.
Once we receive your payment and the required paperwork, we will post the bond as soon as possible and wait for ICE’s confirmation.
If you’re short on cash, we give you the option to pay via credit card. We accept Visa, Mastercard, Discover, and American Express. We make things easy for you during this trying time.