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The potential of being detained by Immigration and Customs Enforcement is a very real one for many families. With changing regulations and rising tension over immigration in the political landscape, it can be difficult to know exactly what's going to happen next.
The main thing is that you and your loved ones are prepared for the possibility that someone could possibly be detained. We'll cover how to approach bail bonds and what your options are going to be.
Immigration bail bonds in Iowa are much the same as bail bonds in different states. There are a few differences, though, and they're important to have a decent grasp on. We'll talk a little more about how to handle your situation below.
There few a couple of reasons that an immigrant will be detained. First is the possibility that the person has committed a crime or numerous crimes. The second is that the person arrived in the country without applying for a visa or asylum/refugee status.
Further, the detention could be due to removal orders or missed court dates. The reasons for detention will determine the likelihood that you qualify for a bail bond. The only reason that a person wouldn't be given bail is an outstanding removal order.
When you do have the option of bail, here are your best choices:
1. Voluntary Departure Bond
A voluntary departure bond is one that allows the detainee to leave the country on their own dime. If you have the resources to make this happen, it is likely your best option.
This is because it removes any need for forcible deportation from the country and you have the chance of being refunded for the cost of bail. Should bail be set and paid, the person must leave the country on their own dime within a set period of time.
If they do, they can apply to have the cost of bail refunded. That is only the case if the person leaves the United States in the given time period.
2. Delivery Bonds
A delivery bond is one that allows detainees to be set free and deal with the situation in the company of family and friends. Further, they are given the chance to deal with their lawyers outside of jail.
This makes handling specifics a lot easier, and friends and family can make plans about how they will proceed after the court hearing. If a delivery bond is granted, there will be a few things needed for it to proceed.
The court will need an arrest warrant and a notice of the custody conditions from Immigration and Customs Enforcement. Once released the detainee is required to attend all scheduled court hearings. If they fail to do this, they risk being detained again without the choice of bail.
Need Help With Bail Bonds?
The next thing to do is find someone to help you get immigration bail bonds in Iowa. There are options out there for you.
If you're interested in getting a bail bond or have any questions about them, visit our site to learn more.
Our agents can tell you more about your particular needs.
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