How Do Immigration Bonds Work

September 27, 2017

Has one of your family members, friends or employees been swept up by Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE)? Are they stuck in an ICE detention center or jail? Learn how Immigration Bonds work and why they may be your only answer.

ICE Custody

Immigration violations are a federal offense; therefore, your loved one might be in a federal detention center. Unfortunately, federal hearings can take some time to complete. There are many cases already on the docket. The immigration hearings could take months or even years to complete. Wouldn't you like to get your loved one released during the hearings? The Delivery Bond is the legal financial way for your loved one to be released immediately. How exactly do these Immigration Bonds work?

Post Bail Bond

Because immigration violations are at the federal level, the typical Voluntary Departure Bond might be as much as $10,000 or even more than $100,000 - it all depends on the case. Do you have that amount of money, on hand? Most people don't. That is why they might contact immigration bail bondsmen for financial assistance. The federal government believes that if you place some collateral or a bond with them, there is less of a likelihood of the non-citizen skipping the hearings or ignoring the judgments. The Delivery Bond is like a security deposit on an apartment - it increases the likelihood of keeping your promise to appear at all the hearings and follow the judge's orders. The Voluntary Departure Bond might be seen as an agreement to voluntarily leave the country, rather than be forcibly deported. These bonds make ICE's job easier. Read more about Immigration Bond types

Provide Collateral

What if you don't have enough money to pay for the Immigration Bond? Sometimes, Immigration Bail Bonds might range from $10,000 to $100,000 depending on the case. That is why you can contact our Action Immigration Bonds Company. You must provide collateral to us and we will pay the bond, so your family member can be released, pending hearings. Call Action Immigration Bonds to get your family member, friend or employee released from immigration jail. They have the right to be free, pending their hearing. Call Action, Expect Action, Get Action.


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