Immigration Bail Bonds Minnesota

Immigration Bond Minnesota

Action Immigration Bonds has been reuniting families in Minnesota since 1974.

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How Do Immigration Bonds Minnesota Work?

In 2017, immigration arrests in Minnesota and the surrounding areas went up by two-thirds. By September 30, the St. Paul ICE office arrested 4,175 immigrants.

The numbers went up in 2018, however recent legislation through court rulings are reinforcing the rights of immigrants to America.

Learn more about immigration bail bonds in Minnesota right here, and how the rights of your loved ones can be reinforced when dark times arrive.

How Immigration Bail Bond Minnesota Work

A bail bond is a promise you make to the government that guarantees you will comply with all court orders and hearings related to your case. It isn't always a sum of money upfront, but it usually is.

The most important part of immigration bail bonds in Minnesota is your promise to appear, and comply with your immigration judge's orders once you are released from the detention center. Getting out of your ICE detention center isn't the end of your process.

Your loved one will need to attend all of your hearings and their immigration trial, or they risk being deported.

A bail bond agent can help you with the first step of the bail bond process in Minnesota. But your loved one will also need an immigration lawyer to ensure all court matters are handled legally and efficiently.

Before that process, however, you will seek bail from the immigration court.

Most ICE detainees will find out what their bond amount is by 2:00 P.M. of the day they are detained. The amount will vary, and it must be paid before your loved one can be released.

Once the detainee is advised of their bond, they will be permitted to call their loved one to make those arrangements. If your loved one is not advised of an amount, they can request a bond hearing.

Bond Eligibility

In order to be eligible for immigration bail bonds in Minnesota, the detainee must prove they are not a danger to the Minnesota community in which they will reside. They must also prove they are not a flight risk.

Detainees are most likely to get a bond if they are cooperative and can prove they are not a threat to national security. They are more likely to get a bond if they do not have a criminal history prior to this arrest.

Kinds of Immigration Bonds

There are a few different kinds of immigration bonds Minnesota.

A delivery bond is a bond wherein an ICE or a judge determines that an arrest warrant is necessary to detain the individual. Once that happens, the warrant will detail all conditions of custody and what conditions are necessary for release.

This type of bond will serve as your loved one's "promise to appear" at all future trials or hearings. This gives you a chance to consult with immigration attorneys on your next steps.

Another form of bond is called the voluntary departure bond. In this case, the detainee is given the option to voluntarily leave the country, and work on attaining legal American citizenship before they can return.

There is usually a set time allotted for the individual to leave. They may be required to leave within 12 hours for example or given a few weeks to get their affairs in order.

That bond is refundable to the individual once they have departed the country, but this process is lengthy. The detainee should not expect to get their money back immediately.

How to Pay for Bail Bonds

Immigration bail bonds in Minnesota can be costly. There are a number of ways to pay for the bond.

A surety bond is the most cost-effective way to pay for bail bonds. This is done through a bail bond agent, wherein the individual or their family pays a percentage of the bond costs, and the bail bond agent covers the rest.

Your bond agent will require an I-391 notice of bond cancellation in order to release any funds or collateral when the case has been resolved through the courts.

A cash bond is a bond wherein the individual pays the entire amount in cash to ICE. In Minnesota, this must be done through postal money order or cashier's check in full.

Know Your Rights

ICE arrests are going up under the Trump Administration. In May 2018 alone, 78 immigrants were arrested in Midwest areas during a six-day enforcement operation.

Regardless of your immigration status, new legislation through court rulings and orders are now reinforcing the rights of your loved ones that may be detained.

The process for obtaining immigration bail bonds in Minnesota is easier than you think, even if it seems intimidating and daunting at first. Contact Action Bail any day of the year, or any time of day, and obtain your free consultation and have your loved one released within hours.

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What Our Clients Say About Us

Just wanted to thank you and your colleges for your good work on bailing out my wife. I found you guys on the internet and had reservations about this whole process, with it being much more complicated than a regular bail bond. Your company does know what they are doing and your insurance company is properly liscensed to perform Immigration bonds as referenced on the Dept. of Justice's list of certified surety companies. Everyone was quick to take my calls, answer my questions and respond to my emails. Just wanted to say thanks and hope that everything concludes happily for me and my family.

Action Immigration Chris K. Miami, FL

I'm sorry it has taken so long to write to you, but life has been very hectic since we last spoke. I just wanted to let you know how much I appreciate all your help and support during the time I was going through the process of obtaining an Immigration Bond. This was all new to me and as you know, it was also very stressful for me. But you were very patient with me, and guided me through all the steps of the process to a successful conclusion. No matter how many times I called you, you always took the time to help me and I never felt rushed or pressured. I'm sure you give this wonderful service to all your clients and I hope they appreciate you as much as I do. I hope to never have the need for this type of service again, but I will never forget your kindness and empathy. Many, many "Thanks" and "Good Luck" to you in all you do.

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