We know that being charged with an Immigration crime is stressful for you and your family. You may be anxious about what will happen next. You may even be unaware of what steps to take.
Our agents are here to help you through every step of the process! We keep an open line to except your phone call from jail whale you are experiencing the intake and release process.
We keep your family informed of your status, too.
READY TO SERVCE YOU 24/7
We are open around the clock, and we offer affordable payment options for qualified individuals.
We have the fastest approvals of any agency in the area, and we allow you or your family to make payments online.
WHAT IS THE CHARGE FOR BOND?
The typical charge is 15-20% of the total bond amount.
If found Guilty you may be DEPORTED!
For this reason, you MUST be out to help in your defense.
Types of Immigration Bonds
There are two types of immigration bonds available to illegal aliens in ICE custody (as long as the detainee is not considered a threat to national security or public safety.)
Immigration Delivery Bond
An illegal immigrant who has been detained by ICE may be eligible for a delivery bond based on the determination of ICE or an immigration judge. The detainee must receive an arrest warrant and a notice of custody conditions from ICE to be released on a delivery bond. The purpose of the delivery bond is to ensure that the detainee shows up to all immigration hearings. It allows the person to spend time with family, as well as consult with an immigration lawyer leading up to a court hearing.
Voluntary Departure Bond
Sometimes, detainees are given the option to voluntarily leave the country at their own expense by a specified time period.
The departure bond if paid in full to ICE is refundable once the person has left the country, but will be forfeited if the person fails to leave.
What is the coat of an immigration bail bond?
Either ICE or an immigration judge will set the bond amount, and the amount will increase or decrease based on several factors, such as the person's immigration status, criminal history, employment situation, and family ties in the United States. The higher the flight risk, the higher the bond amount. The usual minimum amount for a delivery bond is $1,500, and the cost can increase up to $10,000 or more depending on an assessment of the detainee's risk factors. For departure bonds, the minimum amount is typically $500. Also, it sometimes takes a year or longer for the government to return the bond money to the person who posted it.
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Can't Make It To Us? We Will Come To You In Your Time of Crisis!
Remember, in time of a crisis selecting the appropriate Bail Bondsman is a crucial decision that needs to be made if a friend or loved one is to be bailed out quickly, efficiently, and at the lowest cost.
Our Bail Fee Is Only 10% Of The Posted Bond Amount.