We help immigrants and their families to post bail for their loved ones who are detained by the Department of Homeland Security or ICE. Aliens detained by the US government for immigration issues have the right to secure release through immigration bonds.
Immigration bonds serve as surety that the detainee will appear in court for all the hearings. The amount of bail set can be prohibitive since the lowest delivery bond costs $1,500. Your loved one could be required to pay bail as high as $100,000.
However, most people find bail payments to be expensive – which is where we come in. We post an immigration bond on your behalf, enabling your loved one to secure release. We post all bonds electronically through the eBond system with ICE (Immigration and Customs Enforcement) No matter where your loved one is located; we can get the job done! Most times we achieve same day release. ICE accepts bonds Monday through Friday (excluding holidays) between the hours of 8am and 3pm. Once the bond is approved, the detainee will likely be released within several hours. We are fully automated, which means you can complete and sign most forms from your home computer, or even from your smartphone. However, the payment of an immigration bond and release of your loved one do not terminate the case with ICE. You will still be required to make all court appearances and adhere to the requirements of ICE.
We take you through the immigration bond process to ensure you gain your freedom in the shortest time possible. We help you navigate the complex world of immigration bail bonds to ensure you understand the entire process, your loved one’s rights, and your responsibilities.
Do you have any questions about immigration bail bonds? Call us now; we offer 24/7 service; therefore, you can count on us to be available when you need us.
Our payment terms are clear – we have no hidden charges and no annual charges, making our services affordable and accessible.
We offer fast and efficient services that ensure same-day release – Most times, you will get your loved one's freedom the same day you request the bond.