United States immigration continues to rise. Due to the annual increase in numbers, the United States Department of Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) has also increased their number of officials.
In March of this year, a young man was detained in Oregon. The reason behind his arrest was that his immigration deferment expired just two weeks before his detainment. Why such a short period of time between expiration and detainment? The individual was on a watch list because of his criminal history during his deferment period. Some of his charges include displaying a weapon and possession of a dangerous weapon.
The individual’s parents stated that he was in the process of reapplying for deferment. Unfortunately, his criminal history made him a target by Immigration and Customs Enforcement Officials. Although the suspect has a criminal history he is still eligible for Immigration bonds. The suspect has since been released on immigration bonds with the total costs landing around ten thousand dollars.
It is important to get the right help when it comes to immigration bonds and the time it can take to get a friend or family member released from detainment. The professionals at U.S. Immigration Bonds & Insurance Services, Inc. have the necessary tools to do what is best for you. Call today and speak with one of our professionals and find “The Key to Freedom.” 1-800-225-2587.