How you get the Money For An Immigration Bond

How you get the Money For An Immigration Bond

Immigration bonds are surety bonds—it’s a contract between Homeland Security A.K.A. the obligee (the entity who is holding your loved one, friend or employee), the Insurance Company A.K.A. Obligor and its agent A.K.A. co-obligor (the company that puts up the money) and the alien A.K.A Respondant (the person being detained). As the Cosigner of the contract you, are making a guarantee that you’ll […]

March 22nd, 2011|Immigration Bond Help|

How the Release Process Works

How the Release Process Works

Once someone is taken to a Federal law enforcement station, the detained person is processed, booked and an immigration bond feel and arraignment date will be set. The detainee is allowed to make collect calls, and you will also be able to visit the detainee. The detainee will also be assigned a file number, known as an A number, […]

March 22nd, 2011|Immigration Bond Help, Immigration Law|

How to Arrange an Immigration Bond

How to Arrange an Immigration Bond

If a family member, good friend or employee has been arrested as an illegal alien and taken to a federal law enforcement station, then an immigration bond is needed to release them from jail. Call our multilingual staff for help now at (877) 885-2151 – Action Immigration Bonds and Insurance Services’ Specialists are answering the phones 24 hours a day. […]

March 22nd, 2011|Bail Bond Agents, Immigration Bond Help|

Frequently Asked Questions

Frequently Asked Questions

Q. So what is a bail bond? A. A bail bond is a three-party contract between the Courts, the Bondsman, and the Indemnitor (also called a Cosigner or Guarantor). It is the Bondsman (Action Immigration Bonds) who guarantees to the Court that the accused – when released on bail – […]

March 22nd, 2011|Immigration Bond Help, Immigration Law, Types of Immigration Bonds|