Criminal Bail Bonds with ICE Detainers

Criminal Bail Bonds with ICE Detainers

We live in an interesting time in an even more interesting market. While the economy is in ruins, people are still getting arrested.  Often times, a consumer will need assistance with immigration bonding issues.  There a couple of important factors that all consumers should know in regards to immigration holds and immigration bonds.   […]

August 4th, 2011|Immigration Bond Help, Immigration Law|

What is an Immigration Bond?

What is an Immigration Bond?

Do you have a family member, friend or client detained by the United States Homeland Security Department of Immigration and Customs Enforcement?  Have they been granted an immigration bond?  If this is the case, you may be asking yourself what needs to be done to get the person released on that bond. […]

August 3rd, 2011|Immigration Bond Help, Types of Immigration Bonds|

How Much Does an Immigration Bond Cost?

How Much Does an Immigration Bond Cost?

Most consumers equate an immigration bond to a bail bond as there is an individual in jail that needs to be released on bond. Even though these two types of bonds are similar conceptually, there are huge differences in the cost. An immigration bond is a type of federal civil performance bond whereas as a bail bond is an appearance bond. […]

March 22nd, 2011|Bail Bond Agents, Types of Immigration Bonds|

What to Expect if you Find Yourself in a Removal Proceeding

What to Expect if you Find Yourself in a Removal Proceeding

If you are in the United States and are not a citizen, you are an alien. As an alien, you may be in the United States legally or illegally. Did you enter the United States without being admitted by an Inspector at a port-of-entry? Did you enter the United States legally either by presenting a visa, or through the visa waiver program, […]

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

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|