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We deal exclusively with immigration bonds. These bonds concern civil administrative matters, whereas bail bonds concern criminal cases where someone can be sent to prison. The judge can allow someone to remain legally in the United States or order them removed to another country.
60+ Years Experience
Our experienced Bonding Consultants are ready to get you started with your free initial consultation. With our familiarity of the DHS detention and release procedures throughout the country, we will determine the status of your loved one and discuss your options to gain their release.
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When your family member or loved one is in need of an immigration bond, you need fast, friendly, professional assistance. That’s why our Houston, Texas, Bonding Consultants are ready to assist you 24/7 to make sure your loved one gets the bond he/she will need to stay in the United States.
We see it in the news all the time — another bail bondsman is arrested for illegal activities. Although bail bonds are different from immigration bonds, there is still a high risk of customers taken advantage of. It’s a risky business — you’re giving someone money and in turn, that person is responsible for getting Read more about Five Signs That Prove Your Immigration Bonds Agent is Legit[…]
We’ve spoken a lot about who the U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement in this blog. But who exactly is this agency? And what do they do? ICE is a federal law enforcement agency under the U.S. Department of Home Security. It is responsible for investigating and protecting America’s borders, as well as enforces the laws Read more about Who Is ICE?[…]
One of the dangers an undocumented immigrant family faces is having their children deported back home. Many have come to this country in hopes of giving their child a better life. However, the law is the law and even if you become a U.S. citizen before your child does, there is the fear of your child Read more about What is the Child Status Protection Act?[…]
Your hearing didn’t go so well. Despite help from your family and showing that you have a good job, it was decided that you are to be deported. What happens next? We’ve discussed before what you should do if you are facing deportation. But what exactly happens when you are deported? It’s actually quite a Read more about Learn the Facts About Deportation[…]
We know what happens at an immigration hearing. And we know the conditions of an immigration detention center. But what exactly is an immigration hold? For example, your loved one had committed a crime and is currently in jail. When her sentence is up and you believe she will be set free, you discover that Read more about The Immigration Hold Process: What Is It?[…]
A family member was detained by Immigration and Customs Enforcement. The bail is a pretty steep amount. You don’t have that kind of money. So you decided to go to an immigration bail bondsman to get a bond. But there are so many out there! How do you know whom to trust? It’s understandable Read more about What You Should Ask Your Immigration Bondsman[…]
We’ve spent a lot of time explaining what happens when an immigrant is detained. But how does an immigration bail bond work? Can’t you just use a regular bail bond to get your loved one out of detention? It’s true that both immigration bonds and criminal bail bonds are used to release someone from detention; Read more about What’s the Difference Between a Bail Bond and an Immigration Bond?[…]
Your cousin had been detained by ICE and was eligible for a bond. You quickly obtained an immigration bond and got your loved one out of detention. The day of his dismissal hearing arrives but your cousin decides not to attend. What will happen next? This is an all too familiar scenario. Many are afraid about what Read more about My Loved One Missed His Hearing While On Immigration Bond. Now What?[…]
We all have a vague idea of what prison is like — a small, crowded room with bars as doors and windows. But what about an immigration detention center? Is it any different than a jail cell? In Texas, there are 23 immigration detention centers, making it the state that has the highest amount of Read more about What’s an Immigration Detention Center is Really Like[…]
You fled your home country to the United States to get away from persecution. You arrive in America, hoping to start a new life. But unfortunately, you came into the country illegally and you’re afraid if you are captured by the ICE, you will be deported. Is there a legal way to protect you and Read more about Learn About Applying for Asylum in the United States[…]