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When it comes to immigration law, there is a lot of confusion, especially with all the changes that have been happening in the last few years.
If you live in Utah and are worried about being detained, you'll need to know what to expect.
When it comes to immigration detainment, Utah's laws may differ. Here's an overview of the immigration detainer process and immigration bail in Utah.
Immigration Laws in Utah
Let's start with the basics. If you find yourself in Utah and facing a detainment or arrest, here are some things you should know about Utah's laws:
This is where it can get confusing. An immigration detainment is an agreement between the federal immigration agents and the local law enforcement -- since the local authorities will most likely make the arrest.
As an immigrant who has been detained, there are few key things you need to know to make sure you are being treated fairly. After all, you have rights too!
An immigration detainer is used by ICE (U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement) when they believe an illegal alien is in custody. They will ask the local law enforcement agency to hold the alien an extra 48 hours for them.
The local police do not have to abide by this, and ICE can only issue a request if they have reason to believe the individual needs to be deported.
There is often confusion about detainees in local law enforcement agencies, so make sure you have someone who can answer all your questions and help you out.
After you've been detained, there are a couple of things that could happen. This first is what is known as personal recognizance. This is a promise you make saying you'll be there for all court appearances and will not be involved in any illegal activities. This is the best option as it doesn't cost anything.
If the immigration judge sets a bond amount, then you will need to obtain an immigration bond.
Types of Immigration Bonds
There are few different types of bonds. They include:
Delivery Bond: A set amount of money will be paid to assure the judge that they immigrant will appear for all court hearings.
Voluntary Departure Bond: If the illegal alien agrees to voluntarily leave the country by a specific date then all the money will be returned.
Order of Superviosn Bond: This type of bond is for those who are being deported but need to be supervised as they obtain all their documentation in order to return home.
We know, this is a lot to take in, but we're here to help you. If you find yourself or a family member or friend fretting over immigration bail bonds in Utah, don't hesitate to call us.
In fact, We make it our job to help people get through this process. We can answer all the questions and walk you through every step of the way.
Our agents can tell you more about your particular needs.
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