How can I get an immigration bond?
Thousands of families ask that question each year as their loved ones are detained by Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE). And each year, thousands of ICE detainees are released from custody thanks to immigration bonds.
First step is not to panic. Our recommendation is that after you have taken a few deep breaths, your next step is to seek the help of an experienced immigration attorney. They will help you get the process started which will include determining eligibility for an immigration bond, rates, and expected expenses.
A few things that may prevent someone from being eligible for an immigration bond are:
- Aggravated felony charges
- Felony drug charges
In our next posts, we will outline the entire immigration bonding process which will take you step by step. Once you finish reading this, you will have a full understanding of what to expect. That way, you won’t be caught off guard or unprepared.
If you need more information now or you want to speak to someone about a bond now, please go to the website:
Immigration bond helper