Immigration Bail Bonds California

Immigration Bond California

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ACTION Immigration Bail Bonds in California.  We are available now at any of our 3 locations in California

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The Ultimate Guide to Immigration Bonds California

As of data from 2014, nearly 2.6 illegal immigrants live in California. At any time, these individuals may be caught and detained.

The full number of illegal immigrants in the United States is currently unknown.

You're likely reading this article because someone you love has been detained as an illegal immigrant. In this article, we'll go over immigration bail bonds in California and what you can do for your relative or friend.

Can I Get Immigration Bail Bonds California to Release My Relative From Detention?

If your relative or friend was caught working illegally or attempting to cross the border, he or she is likely held in an ICE facility.

You can get them from the detention center if you're a legal immigrant or a citizen. You will have to follow a series of steps in order to do so.

What is a Bail Bond?

A bail bond is an amount of money that you must pay to the authorities to allow for the release of your friend or family member. Once you've paid the money, you can get it back if your relative shows up to all of his or her court dates.

How Much Will the Bail Bond Be?

An immigration bail bond usually starts at $1500. For more serious offenses, you can expect to pay even more than that. The Department of Homeland Security, Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) District Director sets the amount.

Factors that could up the price will include how long your relative or family member has lived in the United States, their criminal record, their employment history, if their family lives in the United States and if they have other immigration violations.

Can I Request to Have the Bond Lowered?

Yes. Your relative or friend can request orally or in writing for a lower bond. An immigration judge may request a hearing to change the bond's amount. He or she will make the final determination.

How Do I Pay?

You must pay at your local ICE office. You will need to make an appointment to do so. Call the ICE center where your friend or relative is being held. Press 0 to speak to an operator. Ask them if they will accept bail bonds. If so, let them know you wish to make an appointment.

You will need photo identification, and to prove you're in the United States legally. You must bring also bring your original social security card. Copies cannot be accepted.

If you need a bail bond in order to pay for your friend or relative's release, contact us immediately. We can help you sort out the payment.

What If ICE Has Not Set a Bond?

Your friend or relative can request a hearing with an immigration judge. At this hearing, he or she can request that they have a bail bond set.

What to Do After the Bail Bond is Met

Once you've bailed your friend or relative out of the detention center, you must then make an appointment to speak to an immigration lawyer. Your friend or relative will need representation, and to know their rights.

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Additional Resources in California


Are you looking for family members in ICE custody? Check the Online Detainee Locator System


Check your immigration status.


U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) locations in California

o   800 Truxtun Ave, Bakersfield, CA 93301

o   2051 N. Waterman Avenue, Suite 101, El Centro, CA 92243

o   300 N Los Angeles St., Los Angeles, CA 90012

o   650 Capitol Mall, Sacramento, CA 95814

o   630 Sansome Street, San Francisco, CA 94111

o   880 Front Street, San Diego, CA 92101



Immigration Detention Facilities in California

Adelanto ICE Processing Center

Contra Costa West County Detention Facility

Santa Ana City Jail

Yuba County Jail

Rio Cosumnes Correctional Center

Mesa Verde Detention Facility

James A. Musick Facility

Theo Lacy Facility

Imperial Regional Detention Facility

Otay Mesa Detention Center



Our agents can tell you more about your particular needs.

What Our Clients Say About Us

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