Immigration Bonds Overview

To get an immigration bond (immigracion fianza) in Texas, a formal legal request must be made through the immigration court. In Houston, Freedom Federal Bonding Agency can help you with this process. An immigration bond is different than getting a bond for release on a criminal charge. There are further eligibility requirements for both documented and undocumented immigrants in the U.S.

First, an immigration bond hearing must be scheduled with an immigration judge at the Executive Office of Immigration Review (EOIR). When U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) puts an agency hold on an immigrant in a detention facility or jail who the agency believes to be inadmissible and/or deportable/removable, an immigrant inmate may be held in an ICE detention facility for days or weeks without a scheduled bond hearing. Getting a lawyer involved puts the wheels in motion to have a hearing scheduled faster.

Freedom Federal Bonding Agency will focus on building a case for detainee release that is comprehensive. If the detainee is eligible for cancellation of removal/deportation, Freedom Federal Bonding Agency will inform you of supporting documentation to prove eligibility. Each stage in this process is sensitive and complex, whether the detainee being advocated for is a Lawful Permanent Resident (LPR) or a nonpermanent resident, but each step gets you closer to release from immigration jail.

To prevent delays in the process and ensure that your detained relative’s rights are protected while in ICE custody, call Freedom Federal Bonding Agency in Houston today at 832-831-5252.

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