What is an Immigration Bail Bond?
If a family member or friend has been detained by the Department of Homeland Security US Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) and you want to get them released, an immigration bail bond may be required. Many people are confused and concerned about the immigration bail bond procedures, but US Immigration Bonds & Insurance Services, Inc. can clear up misconceptions and help you through the process. We are fully bilingual, available 24 hours a day, seven days a week, and specialize as an immigration bail bond company.
Here’s What Immigration Bail Bonds Do
Immigration bail bonds are a form of federal bond, or guarantee. They are typically required for Green Card holders or undocumented individuals who are held by the US Department of Homeland Security’s (DHS) Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) pending the outcome of their case.
Immigration bail bonds are also known as ICE Form I-352. There are four kinds of immigration bonds:
- G (1) Delivery Bond (Bond Conditioned upon the Delivery of an Alien). This is the most common, and is used to ensure that an individual will comply with a deportation order.
- G (2) Public Safety Bond (Bond Ensuring That Alien Shall Not Become a Public Charge), is designed to ensure that the government will be reimbursed if a bonded alien accepts any form of public assistance.
- G (3)Voluntary Departure Bond (Bond Conditioned upon the Voluntary Departure of an Alien). If an alien is granted voluntary departure, the G (3) is used to ensure that the person returns to his or her home country in accordance with the conditions set forth in the court order.
- G (4) Order of Supervision Bond (Bond Ensuring Full Performance). A G (4) bond acts to ensure that the individual fully performs all of the conditions of the order of supervision and he or she surrenders for removal.
Our experienced professionals will work closely with you to explain the immigration bail bonding process, and we will complete the bail bond work necessary to get your loved one released while their case moves through the system.