ICE DETAINEES – SAME DAY RELEASE
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24Hrs Call (800) 940-8889

ICE DETAINEES – SAME DAY RELEASE Speak to an Immigration Bond Agent 24Hrs
Call (800) 940-8889

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We are here to help you through the Immigration Bond process from the start to home.
There are only a handful of ways that a person can be released from a immigration detention center. Release on an immigration bond, release on AN ANKLE MONITOR, release on an order of supervision, RELEASE ON THEIR OWN RECOGNIZNACE and THE BEST CASE SCENERIO, termination of REMOVAL proceedings.

An Immigration Bond is an amount of money set by Immigration and Customs Enforcement or by an immigration judge. The FULL amount must be paid. This ensures the detainees appearance FOR ALL REMOVAL PROCEEDINGS.

  • Immigration bonds are granted by either Immigration or Customs Enforcement or by an immigration judge.
  • Either party sets the bond amount to ensure the immigrant’s appearance at ALL OF THEIR REMOVAL PROCEEDINGS.
  • Once the bond amount is set, that amount must be given to the ICE detention facility or field office.

Here is an example… if ICE sets a bond of $5000, and the detainee’s family posts that amount at an ICE field office, then the person will be released. ICE will return the $5000 if the ex-detainee shows up for all IMMIGRATION REMOVAL PROCEEDINGS. If they miss ANY DEMAND SET FORTH BY HOMELAND SECURITY WITHIN THE CONFINES OF THE I 352 BOND CONTRACT, then the $5000 will be forfeited.

You Need Action Immigration Bonds…
1. If you do not have the total amount of the bond in cash.
2. You do not understand the immigration bond process.
3. You do not understand the immigration bond procedures.
4. You would like the detained person released the same day
or quickly as possible.
5. You want to pay the lowest price available for the immigration bond.
6. IF YOU WANT TO ENSURE THAT YOU HAVE THE BEST POSSIBILITY OF GETTING YOUR COLLATERAL BACK WHEN THE CASE IS CLOSED IN THE QUICKEST POSSIBLE MANNER.

The experienced agents at Action Immigration Bond and Insurance Services, Inc. will ensure the quickest release possible at the lowest cost available.

This varies dramatically from company to company and it pays to do your homework.
Here are 4 questions you MUST ASK your Immigration Bond agent:
1. Is there an application fee?
If so, how much?
2. What % of the bond is taken as a fee?
3. Is there an annual renewal fee?
4. Is there a minimum renewal fee required?
Not getting these answers could cost you thousands of dollars.
The immigration bond process begins with the arrest of an illegal alien by the Department of Homeland Security Immigrations Customs Enforcement, that person is then taken to a federal law enforcement station for processing and booking.

Next, the immigration bond amount is set by an immigration judge or via custody determination after an interview with the alien by a Deportation Officer. The amount of an immigration bond is determined by the Department of Homeland Security—there is no standard amount. An outside party (Indemnitor) must pay—also referred to as post or “put up”—the immigration bond. If the outside party cannot pay the full amount of the bond, they must make arrangements with an immigration bonding company.