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ACTION Immigration Bail Bonds in Colorado. We are available at any of our locations in Colorado and Nationwide.
o Denver, CO (720) 513-3250
When your loved one is arrested by Homeland Security, it can be scary, but you do have options.
The best way to get them back home as fast as possible is with an immigration bond. Often, we can get people home the same day as we're called in to help.
There are various immigration bond requirements that you have to meet, so keep reading to find out more.
An immigration bond is also known as a surety bond. By paying it, the arrested person and their family member ensures the government that they will show up to all future hearings and proceedings.
Not all people who are retained will be able to obtain an immigration bond. Homeland Security decides whether or not a person has this option. Next, we'll look at what is required for a person to get an immigration bond.
There are several factors a judge uses to determine the price of the immigration bond:
If a bond is set, anyone can then post bond for them. This allows them to live at home as normal throughout the immigration trial process.
The person who is paying the bond is known as the obligor. This person must have legal status within the United States. To pay the bond, he or she must schedule an appointment at the local immigration office.
The obligor needs to bring the following with them:
Another way to make the payment for the bond is through a bondman. A bail bondsman is someone who works with individuals and the government office to pay bail.
Once the bond is paid, it typically takes about one hour for the paperwork to be processed so the immigrant can be released.
There are two ways to get your immigration bond back. We'll briefly discuss both.
A bond is considered fulfilled if the immigrant attends all their hearings. It doesn't matter if the result is that they obtain legal status or they're deported, as long as they've attended the court hearings.
At the fulfillment of the bond, the obligor will receive form I-391. They can then send this to the Debt Management Center for a refund.
If the immigrant chooses to return to their home country before the end of the immigration proceedings, the obligor is entitled to a refund.
To get the refund, the obligor must show proof that the immigrant has left the country and send in form I-210 that the immigrant should fill out.
If you want to learn more about the immigration bond requirements in your particular case or need more help paying one, give us a call today. (800) 940-8889 - Call Today, Home Today
We offer 24-hour service and all of our operators are bilingual. We can help you get your loved one back home today.
U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) locations in Colorado
o 12484 East Weaver Place, Centennial, CO 80111
o 5445 DTC Pkwy Suite 600, Englewood, CO, 80111
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