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In Illinois, there were 2,262 arrests per 100,000 inhabitants.
Unfortunately, a number of these detainees end up in ICE's custody.
Has one of your loved ones been detained by ICE authorities? If this is the case, you need to figure out how to post an immigration bond in Illinois.
Read on for everything you need to know about it.
The first step if you want to obtain an immigration bond in Illinois, is to determine whether or not the person is eligible.
An immigration bond is also known as ICE Form I-352, and it's pretty similar to a regular bail bond.
Detainees are able to discuss getting an immigration bail bond with an ICE officer. Being eligible for an immigration bond depends on the discretion of the ICE officer and the type of crime committed.
Even if the ICE officer denies the bond, the detainee can request an immigration judge to review the request.
Get the Detainee's Information
If you want to take care of and post an immigration bond on behalf of a loved one, you will need to gather some information about the detainee.
When you request information about your loved one, you must have their full name. They might be faster to locate them if you have their alien registration number (#A) since they often move them between facilities.
Get in Touch With the ICE Officer
In order to find out what's happening with the case, you will need to get in touch with the ICE officer in charge of the case.
There are a few ways to get in touch with the ICE officer. You can start by calling the ICE information line at 1-888-351-4024.
If you rather take care of it in person, you can go to the appropriate Illinois detention center where the officer works.
How Much is the Bond?
The next step will be to figure out how much the immigration bond is. Either the ICE officer or the immigration judge will decide on the bond amount.
Most bonds are at least $1500, but they can be several thousand more depending on the case. If the court thinks the person is a flight risk or they have a criminal record, the bond will be steeper.
The Day Before the Bond Posts
Once you secure the bond, you will need to inform the ICE officer. Make sure you do it at least one day in advance.
The officer will then start to arrange their release as soon as you post the bond.
Where and How to Pay
When you're ready to pay the bond, you will need a money order made to U.S. Department of Homeland Security in the right amount.
If you live in the Chicago area, you can drop off the check at 101 W. Congress Parkway. Ensure you call beforehand.
Paying for an immigration bond Illinois requires you to take several steps. Start by establishing eligibility, getting in touch with the officer, figure out the amount, and post the bond.
Do you have a loved one in need of an immigration bond? Get in touch with us.
Our agents can tell you more about your particular needs.
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