How to Get an Immigration Bond


U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) is the principal investigative arm of the Department of Homeland Security. If you or a loved one has been detained by ICE or Homeland Security, how can you be released while your hearing is pending? You may qualify for an immigration bond. Immigration bonds are handled differently from criminal bonds. An immigration bond is initially set by ICE. If ICE has not set the bond, or they have set one too high, your attorney may ask ICE to reduce the bond. Your attorney can submit evidence supporting approval of a reduction. If ICE does not reduce the bond, your immigration attorney can file for a bond hearing with an immigration judge. It usually takes 1-2 weeks to get a hearing. You need to show that you are not a flight risk, does not have a serious criminal history, is financially stable and has strong family and community ties in the United States. The Morris Law Firm, Daniel L Morris (214)357-1782


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