How to Get an Immigration Bond
If a family member or loved one has found themselves detained by Immigration and Customs Enforcement (I.C.E.) then the attorneys at US Immigration Bonds can help. Although it may seem like a lengthy process, our advice is to take it one day at a time. It’s important to stay calm throughout the process and keep meticulous records of everything you need and everything given to you by the U.S. Government.
 Find an Immigration Bail Bondsman – This is the first step you should take. The attorneys and bail bondsmen at US Immigration Bonds & Insurance Services Inc. are trained to educate you on immigration bonds and assist you in all your immigration needs. Call and discuss with a trained professional to see if your family member or loved one is eligible for an immigration bail bond.
 Immigration Detainee Tracker – You can find the status of any immigrant detainee with the ICE inmate tracking tool. You will be given an inmate number that starts with an “A”. You must keep this number and have it handy at all times.
 Are They Eligible for an Immigration Bond? – ICE has the right to determine if a detainee is eligible for bail. They will set a bond amount and you can have that posted through someone at US Immigration Bonds. There are cases where the ICE denies a bond. Then the decision goes to a judge who can grant or deny eligibility for a bond based on these factors:
- The detainee is not a flight risk. If the judge determines that the detainee will not flee during the court proceedings, then the detainee will have a higher chance of getting an immigration bond.
- The detainee is not a danger to the community. Sometimes having a criminal record can hurt your chances but immigration attorneys can assist in this process. The court looks to see if the detainee has been rehabilitated from crimes committed in the past. Immigration attorneys are very beneficial in these circumstances.
- The likelihood that the detainee will win the case is high. If the judge feels that the case will be won by the detainee and all that must be done is for the detainee to simply go through the system, the judge will grant a bond. This is because it wouldn’t make sense for the detainee to flee or to keep them detained, if they are going to win the case.
 Paying an Immigration Bond – The person paying the bond must have legal status in the United States. US Immigration Bonds will pay the bond on your behalf.
 Say No to Collateral – Beware of any immigration bond company or agent that takes your vehicle’s title as a form of collateral. The bail bondsmen should have sufficient collateral to cover the bond.