Our law firms assists with immigration bonds nationwide. At time, we can negotiate with Immigration Customs & Enforcement (“ICE”) to obtain a client’s release without a bond. One of the most important factors to consider when seeking a bond is whether ICE has issued a detainer, I-247. This form in conjunction with an agreement with local detention facilities, acts as a way to hold the Defendant/Respondent until ICE can have them transported to an immigration facility. Therefore, a detainer is very important and if there is a detainer, no one should pay a bond until they speak with an attorney. Doing so, could cause a loved one to be transported to a detention center in another state.
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