How to Get a Family Member Released From an ICE Facility

January 25, 2023

Action Immigration

Did you know that, as of this year, there are currently thirty thousand people in immigration detention? Each year, many people try to come to the United States and find themselves in an ICE facility. Even if they have family in the United States, it can be difficult to figure out how to get them released.

If you have a loved one currently in an ICE detention center, you might not be sure how to get them released. This article can help you. Keep reading to learn how to get your loved ones out of an ICE facility, one step at a time.

How to Get Someone Out of an ICE Facility

When you're trying to get a detainee released, the first thing you need to know is where they are. ICE has an official website where you can locate people who are currently in immigration detention. Keep in mind this method of locating people won't work if they've been recently detained or are under eighteen, as the website will not have their information.

The next thing you need to do is arrange to speak with a detention officer. If one refuses to speak with you, then your best option is to consider hiring an immigration lawyer who can help you with legal representation. 

It's important that you act quickly once you find out someone you know has been detained. This is especially true if they have an outstanding removal order or were previously deported from the United States. 

Once you've been given the chance to speak to a detention officer, be careful. Try not to reveal anything that could be used against your loved one, such as their immigration status. You don't want to give the officer any chance to incriminate your loved one.

Finally, the quickest way to get a loved one released is to pay an immigration bond. There are two ways you can determine if someone who has been detained is eligible for an immigration bond.

The first is that an ICE detention officer can determine if the person in question is eligible and set their bond. If this happens, you should try and pay their bond within a week.

If a detention officer decides the person in question is not eligible, then that person can request a bond hearing to see if they should get an immigration bond. If the judge decides that person is eligible, the bond will be set.

You can pay an immigration bond at your local ICE office. They cannot be paid with cash or personal checks.

Get a Free Consultation

Now that you know how to have a loved one released from an ICE facility, are you ready to get started? If so, then you should look into hiring someone to help you. Why not us here at Action Immigration Bonds & Insurance Services?

We'll do our best to get your friend or family released within the same day you call us. We are open 24/7 and have bilingual agents, so there will always be someone to help you.

Get started with helping your loved one todayreach out to us for a free consultation!

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