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Have you been detained in Alaska? If you want to get back home, you may need to get an immigration bail bond.
There are a few different types of bonds and different ways to go about getting them. If you're worried about cost, well that all will depend on your criminal history and other factors. The cost will probably also be a factor in your family's method of paying it.
In this article, we're going to go into more detail on how you can go about the process of getting immigration bail bonds in Alaska so you can hurry home to your family who is waiting back home for you.
There are two types of bonds that are available to you if you've been detained by ICE. You should be fine to get these bonds as long as you aren't a danger to national security.
An immigration judge might determine that you are eligible for a delivery bond. Before you can qualify you need to get an arrest warrant and a notice of custody conditions.
The delivery bond is used to make sure you come to all of your immigration hearings while also allowing you to spend time with your family and find a lawyer.
Voluntary Departure Bonds
In some cases, you'll have the option to just leave the country within a certain time frame. As long as you actually leave, the departure bond you give to ICE will be completely refunded to you.
2. How Much Does a Bond Cost
An immigration bail bond itself is a set amount but it can increase or decrease depending on a few things. These things include your immigration status, employment history, criminal history, and your family's ties in the United States.
Again, as long as you meet the conditions of the type of bond you're offered, it will be refunded back to you but it might take up to a year for you to get it.
3. How to Get a Bond
Now that you've been offered a bond there is the matter of paying for it. There are two ways you can go about this.
The first is with a surety bond which involves your family or friends working with an immigration agent. They usually charge up to 20 percent of the total bond amount. This bit of money is non-refundable.
The second way you can go about it is with a cash bond. This means your family or friends will give the money directly to ICE. This money can be refunded.
Being detained isn't easy for anyone involved but the good news is that there are several ways that you can get a bond and return home. Use this guide to Immigration Bail Bonds in Alaska to make the process easier on yourself and your family.
Are you about to experience your first time in immigration court? Keep reading to find out everything you need to know before you go in.
Our agents can tell you more about your particular needs.
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