Perhaps you or a loved one has been detained in an ICE facility in Arizona. Call us right away so that we can get you back on the outside! Call 1-888-668-1588. We will need some information in order to get started, so have these things ready when you call: The detainee’s full name, Date of Birth, Country of birth and Alien #. Once we have verified the bond amount and the facility location, we can proceed with posting the bond.

Brennan Immigration Bonds will make this difficult and stressful process as easy and understandable as possible. We post all of our bonds electronically and almost always see our clients released the very same day.

There are several Arizona ICE facilities. These facilities are listed below:

Central Arizona Correctional Center
Phoenix Field Office
1155 North Pinal Parkway
Florence, AZ 85132
Facility (520) 868-9095
Field Office (520) 868-5862

Eloy Detention Center
Phoenix Field Office
1705 E. Hanna Rd.
Eloy, AZ 85131
Facility (520) 466-4141
Field Office (520)464-3000

Florence Correctional Center
Phoenix Field Office
1100 Bowling Road
Florence, AZ 85132
Facility (520) 868-9095
Field Office (520) 868-5862

Florence SPC
Phoenix Field Office
3250 North Pinal Parkway
Florence, AZ 85132
Facility (520) 868-5862
Field Office (520) 868-5862 

La Palma Correctional Center
Phoenix Field Office
5501 North La Palma Road
Eloy, AZ 85131
Facility (520) 464-3200
Field Office (620)257-5900

It is important to remember that each ICE facility has its own set of rules, procedures and guidelines and will likely all operate a bit differently than another facility. For example, the Eloy Detention Center and the La Palma Correctional Center require no travel itinerary in order for the detainee to be released. The detainees are released by 6pm and are transported to the Phoenix Greyhound Bus Station by 9pm. If being released from either of these facilities, it is best to purchase a bus ticket for after 11pm.

Brennan Immigration Bonds is more than happy to assist you in purchasing any required travel in order to provide it to ICE.

Premium and Collateral

Arizona Immigration bonds require a 15% premium to be paid in order to post the bond. In addition, collateral is a necessity when posting these bonds. This is due to the nature of the cases, the higher risk of an individual leaving the country or not appearing for a scheduled hearing or meeting, and the length of time it takes for an Immigration case to be terminated.  The premium that you pay is a one time fee, paid to the bond agency to cover costs involved in posting your bond.

The collateral, which is what the agency holds as security for the bond, will be returned when the case is closed. Am immigration case is terminated when the individual becomes a Permanent Resident, Citizen or returns to their country of birth. Once we receive the bond cancellation, we return your collateral immediately.

At Brennan Immigration Bonds, we understand that many families simply do not have the collateral necessary to get their loved one released from custody. Because of this, we try to offer several ways of securing a bond. The first way is to use real estate property. If your home has enough equity and qualifies to be used as collateral, then we simply put a lien on the property for the amount of the bond. In this case, the only payment required would be the 15% premium.

If there is no property that can be used, the family can choose to secure the bond with cash. You would pay the bond amount plus the 15% and the bond would be posted immediately. The advantage to doing this rather than going directly to the facility is that an Immigration Bond agency can facilitate the bond cancellation process and will likely put your collateral back in your hands within a week. When dealing with a facility directly, it could be much longer.

We also allow our clients to use as many credit cards as they choose to secure a bond. The only downside to this option is that you will pay an additional 3% in credit card merchant fees.

For qualifying bonds, we offer payment plans on the collateral. We most typically arrange that the 15% premium and half collateral be paid up front. Then the remaining collateral can be paid by making monthly payments for up to 1 year.

Usually, families and loved ones are able to find an option that fits for their situation and we are able to post the bond that same day.

The detainee and the person signing for the bond have some very important responsibilities to ensure that collateral will be returned and will not have to be used to pay off the bond. First and foremost, always appear at any scheduled hearings or meetings. If you miss one of these appointments, the bond will become due and we must use your collateral to pay the bond. Secondly, do not get arrested for any state or federal crimes. This could result in your detention, forfeiture of bond and ultimate deportation.

The signer, or Indemnitor, on the bond has the duty of making sure to remain in contact with the individual, knowing of any address or phone number changes or pertinent information relating to the case.

Brennan Immigration Bonds is always available to help you get the information you need. If you ever have questions or concerns regarding the case, we are happy to help you in any way we can.

State of Arizona

The State of Arizona was is also known as the Grand Canyon State. It is located in the southwestern region of the United States. Arizona is landlocked. States that border Arizona are Utah to the north, New Mexico to the east, California in the west, Nevada to the northwest. The country of Mexico borders Arizona in the south. Cities in Mexico that borders Arizona are Sonora and Baja California. Arizona was originally part of territories of Spain and Mexico. In the 1800’s, from the Treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo, Mexico relinquished to the United States the land on where Arizona exist today. After this treaty was signed, Arizona became a territory of the United States and on February 14, 1912, Arizona became the forty eighth state of the United States.

The population on the State of Arizona is close to seven million five hundred thousand. A breakdown of Race and Hispanic Origin of Arizona is as follows: almost eighty three percent is White, a little over five percent is Black or African American, American Indian and Alaska Native is also a little over five percent, over three and a half percent is Asian, less than one percent is Native Hawaiian and Other Pacific Islander, over thirty one percent is Hispanic or Latino and over fifty four percent is White alone (not Hispanic or Latino)

There are fifteen counties in Arizona. They are Maricopa County population four million, three hundred twenty eight thousand, Pima County population one million twenty seven thousand, Pinal County population four hundred thirty two thousand, Yavapai County population two hundred twenty eight thousand, Yuma County population two hundred nine thousand, Mohave County population two hundred seven thousand, Coconino County population one hundred forty one thousand, Cochise County population one hundred twenty five thousand, Navajo County population one hundred nine thousand, Apache County population seventy one thousand, Gila County population fifty three thousand, Santa Cruz County population forty six thousand, Graham County population thirty seven thousand, La Paz County population twenty thousand, Greenlee County population nine thousand. Maricopa County, is the most populous county in Arizona and compared to other counties in the United States, it is the fourth most populous. It was founded in 1871. The county seat is in Phoenix, the largest city. In Maricopa County the breakdown of race and Hispanic origin is as follows: Eight two percent are White, six percent are Black or African American, almost three percent are American Indian Alaska Native, almost five percent are Asian, thirty one percent are Hispanic or Latino, less than one percent are Native Hawaiian and Other Pacific. If you’re counting White alone (not Hispanic or Latino) it’s fifty four percent. Pima County is the second most populous county in Arizona. The county seat is Tucson where most of the population lives. Interesting enough, Pima County is the third largest city are in the Southwestern United States. In Pima County the breakdown of Race and Hispanic origin is as follows: almost eighty five percent are White alone, a little over four percent is Black or African American, almost four and a half percent are American Indian and Alaskan Native, a little over three percent are Asian, under one percent are Native Hawaiian and Other Pacific Islander, thirty eight percent are Hispanic or Latino and a little over fifty one percent are White alone (not Hispanic or Latino). Pinal County is the third most populous county in Arizona. The county seat of Pinal County is in Florence. Pinal County was founded in 1875 and it was named for Pinal Peak which is located in Gila County, Arizona. In Pinal County, the breakdown of Race and Hispanic origin is as follows: almost eighty three percent are White, almost five and a half percent is Black or African American, six and a half percent is American Indian and Alaskan Native, almost two percent is Asian, less than one percent is Native Hawaiian and Other Pacific Islander, thirty percent is Hispanic or Latino and fifty six percent is White alone (not Hispanic or Latino).

Some Arizona Immigration Facts

In 2018, 960,275 foreign born individuals accounted for 13 percent of Arizona’s population. The top countries of origin were Mexico, Canada, India, The Philippines and China.

As of October 2016, lawfully residing immigrants were not permitted to enroll in Medicaid or CHIP and in 2006 Arizona barred access to tuition for individuals living in the country without permission. There are currently many changes being made to Immigration laws and policies, and many more positive ones expected for the near future.

Undocumented immigrants living in Arizona paid approximately $364.5 Million in Federal Taxes and $228.5 Million in State taxes in 2018.

In 2004, immigrants made up 14 percent of Arizona’s workforce, and were in large employed in labor in agriculture, construction, manufacturing, and other service industries. High-skilled immigrants were a large percent in certain areas of medicine and science.  Immigrants were 60 percent of the workforce in farming occupations and 22 percent of the workforce in food preparation/serving occupations. They comprised approximately 30 percent of the workforce in all construction trades. Immigrants were 35 percent of the workforce in food-related manufacturing, approximately 50 percent of the workforce in textile-related manufacturing, and 22 percent of the workforce in metal-working manufacturing. They made up 51 percent of the workforce in landscaping-services occupations, and 38 percent of the workforce in building-and-grounds maintenance. Immigrants were 26 percent of the workforce in traveler-accommodations occupations, 23 percent of the workforce in restaurant-and-food-serving occupations, and 33 percent of the workforce in private-household help. Immigrants made up almost 40 percent of medical scientists and almost 20 percent of physicians and surgeons. Immigrants comprised approximately 40 percent of astronomers and physicists, 16 percent of computer-hardware engineers, 20 percent of computer-software engineers, and approximately 20 percent of electrical and electronics engineers.

Arizona Immigration News

Doug Ducey is the Republican governor of Arizona. He was re-elected in 2018. The governor’s main campaign topic was border security. Recently, there’s been an increase in people being picked up by Border Patrol and Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE). He blames President Biden for changing all the immigration policies that were put in place by the former administration under former President Trump. Governor Ducey feels that the current administrations polices have created a very bad situation at the border. He also has stated that Washington is out of touch and that those at the top are to blame. In a recent news release he released back in April 2021 Governor Ducey has stated “If the federal government isn’t going to its job, then Arizona will take matters into our own hands”. Governor Ducey was referring to the Immigration and Customs Enforcement and the United States Border Patrol declining to take custody of 17 undocumented individuals identified by the Arizona Department of Public Safety. The Governor went on to say “The Biden/Harris administration needs to get its head out of the sand when it comes to the crisis at our border. This lack of action defies all logic, and flies in the face of the law. This administration is asleep at the switch, and their total lack of action is having real consequences here in the state of Arizona. "I’ve met with our Border Patrol and they need help, and they need the support of the administration. It’s time for the White House to act and do its job so the dedicated law enforcement officials on the ground have the resources, support and direction they desperately need. I’m hopeful that our United States Senators and Congressional delegation will join me in calling for the President to deploy the National Guard to our border. "If the federal government isn’t going to do its job, then Arizona will take matters into our own hands and provide support to sheriffs and local law enforcement. The policies of the Biden/Harris administration are inhumane to those seeking legitimate humanitarian relief, and do nothing but empower those that pose a serious threat to public safety, including drug cartels and human traffickers.”

Governor Ducey believes that President Biden has given a false impression to migrants that asylum policies have changed and that the borders are open. In addition, an amnesty bill is being worked on. The governor seems to think that this is what is causing an increase in border crossing. What President Biden has done is cancel policies the former administration put into place. President Biden has temporarily stopped new cases under the Migrant Protection Protocols which is also known as remain in Mexico policy. This policy required asylum seekers to wait in Mexico for the time needed to decide on their asylum proceedings. In addition, President Biden canceled the rule set by the previous administration to not to allow asylum migrants who didn’t first seek protection in Mexico.

The current administration has stated that the majority of migrants arriving at the border are turned away. The deputy press secretary at the White House has acknowledged a problem at the border but that has also stated the “chaos, cruelty and confusion” that was caused by the previous administration did not make it safer and did not fix problems in the immigration system. The White House Press Secretary went on to say theta the following: “Biden is committed to implementing an immigration system that is orderly, that is humane, compassionate and lawful. The approach is focused on bold action to keep our country safe, strong and prosperous”. Getting a good immigration law passed will require bipartisanship approval, a task the current administration will need to work on.