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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.
You just got accepted to the college of your dreams in the United States. But you don’t want to become a citizen — you just want to study here. What can you do? There are several reasons why you may be coming to the U.S. for temporary reasons. Maybe it’s for a job or education Read more about How do I get a Temporary Right to be in the United States?[…]
You got a work permit and have been working legally in the United States for the past few months. One day, you learn that your work permit is expired. Will you be detained by ICE? How long does a work permit last anyway? Let’s explain how long a work permit lasts first. Also known as Read more about My Work Permit is Expired! Will I Be Deported?[…]
ICE has arrested and detained you for being in the country illegally. Your hearing is coming up. You’re nervous — the longer you stay in detention, the possibility of losing your job is a foregone conclusion. You need that job to help support your family. But what if the judge doesn’t grant bail? Or worse, Read more about Am I Eligible for an Immigration Bond?[…]
Anyone who has watched a U.S. police show knows about Miranda rights. Based on a 1966 U.S. Supreme Court ruling, anyone who is being questioned by the police for a crime must be told of his/her 5th Amendment rights. If the police fail to read these rights to you before you are questioned, then chances Read more about Does ICE Need to Read Miranda Rights to a Detainee?[…]
Leaving your home because of war or other reasons is a painful decision anyone has to make. Going back is usually not an option which means you may want to become a citizen in your new home. But how can a refugee or an asylee become a permanent resident in the United States? You can Read more about Becoming a Permanent US Resident as a Refugee[…]
Your loved one is being detained by ICE. A bail hearing has been requested and has been scheduled. Now the worrying sets in. How do you know for sure your loved one will get bail? Couldn’t the judge deny bail? What can you do? This is a common issue many families face when a loved Read more about What If My Bond Request is Denied?[…]
As an undocumented immigrant living in the United States, one of your greatest fears is being deported back to your home. You worked hard to create a life here, but know that if you get caught, you will be detained for a long period of time. It’s a frightening thought. But what can be worse Read more about What Should You Do if ICE Comes Knocking on Your Door[…]
You’re in the United States on a visa that’s about to expire. You don’t want to leave, you like it here. But time is ticking away. You don’t want to face deportation or get in trouble with the law. So you decide to get a green card. But how? A green card gives someone the Read more about How Can I Get a Green Card?[…]
Late last week, President Trump had signed an executive order on immigration that has caused a major uproar throughout the country. But what does this executive order mean really? And how does affect U.S. immigrants? First, let’s explain what the executive order says. It restricts immigration from seven countries that have a majority of people Read more about The Executive Order on Immigration: What You Should Know[…]
Your loved one was recently detained by Immigration and Customs Enforcement. You quickly get an immigration bond and wait for the hearing. At the hearing, your loved one agrees to voluntarily leave the country. However, he fails to do so. A year passes and the next thing that happens is you receive a letter in Read more about What is an I-340 Form?[…]