WHAT DO I NEED TO POST
In order to post an immigration bond with the court, the full face value of the bond will have to be rendered to the court. A bondsman may be able to accept other forms of collateral to secure the risk. In addition to the premium on the bond being paid. These other forms can include a written promise to pay, pledged real estate, cash or credit card, and stock accounts. The bondsman will work with the client to create a custom solution. Immigration bonds are a form of federal bonds.
WHAT IS IMMIGRATION BAIL
If you or a loved one has recently been arrested for immigration related issues, an immigration bond may be required to be released from jail until the scheduled court date. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) is a federal U.S. agency that arrests and detains immigrants. ICE has the authority to release the person based on personal recognizance which doesn’t require paying for bond. If ICE sets a bond, someone will need to either pay it or contract a bonding company to help you.
HOW MUCH DOES IT COST
When detained, ICE or the judge presiding over the case will determine the bond amount. A multitude of factors are considered in setting the bond amount. These factors can include the individuals criminal history, employment status, and immigration status. In addition to other considerations such as flight risk. Immigration bonds typically range between $1000 and $10,000. Cases usually last around 6 months but in certain situations can go on for a year or longer. </br>
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Refunds will be issued (only) for unused service(s). Example of unused service: A deposit or payment is made for a defendant that is not released on an immigration bond by us or an affiliate company.