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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.
It’s essentially a rhetorical question. There are great risks to overstaying your visa. Of course, there’s the chance that you could go undetected. However, one thing is certain. The consequence of overstaying a visa could be deportation. The current Administration seeks to convince the masses of the need for a border wall. Meanwhile, the government Read more about What Happens if You Overstay Your Visa?[…]
Zero tolerance policy. Parents separated from children. Tales of maltreatment in detention centers. More than likely, most undocumented immigrants worry about at least one of these things. Yet, they take the risk for a better life. But, what happens if they are picked up? Is it possible to obtain release on an immigration bond? If Read more about What are Your Chances of Securing an Immigration Bond?[…]
Even one day sitting in a detention center may seem like an eternity. It’s bad enough that your fate is so uncertain. Truth be told, immigration cases are backlogged. For all you know, it may be a very long time before you even get to plead your defense against deportation. In some ways, there’s a Read more about Immigration Case Backlog: What You Need to Know[…]
These are scary times. You might figure that a green card is your ticket to security. After all, it means you are a legal resident. Truth be told, you could still find yourself in a detention center. Worse yet? There’s a chance you could be deported. More than likely, you already know how hard it Read more about The Bottom Line is a Green Card Doesn’t Stop You from Detention[…]
The outrage is palpable. Photographs, videos, and audios of undocumented immigrant children are tearing at the heartstrings of many Americans. Regardless of sentiments concerning illegal immigration, many are upset about the idea of children separated from their parents. The latest hits quite close to home. According to news reports, Houston may soon be a city Read more about Houston: Home to New Child Immigration Detention Center?[…]
For the most part, a traffic citation may seem like no big deal. However, as an undocumented immigrant, you may absolutely do your best to avoid getting a ticket of any kind. Without a doubt, there’s nothing criminal about sliding past a stop sign. However, it could land you in a detention center – and Read more about When It Looks Like a Traffic Citation Can Land You in a Detention Center[…]
The numbers might startle you. Every twenty minutes someone is injured as a result of an encounter with an intimate partner. The act of domestic violence may be from a spouse, sister, brother or child. While the numbers continue to rise nationally – there’s an interesting statistic when it comes to undocumented immigrants. For some Read more about Why Undocumented Immigrants Don’t Report Domestic Violence[…]
It’s a story that defies human decency. Unfortunately, it may be something that you know about first hand. Parents and children are being separated at the border. Dreams of a new life are not only shattered – but seem hopeless. Yet, this is the plight of many who come to the states – often carting Read more about Parents and Children Separated at the Border: What Now?[…]
The numbers might surprise you – or not. According to the American Immigration Council, more than eight million United States citizens live with an undocumented immigrant in their household. Research from a couple of years ago estimates that these numbers include 4.9 million minor children – with at least one parent who does not have Read more about When Citizens Worry Their Parents Could be Deported[…]
When you’re essentially part of an underground network as an undocumented immigrant, trust is critical. You may talk to others in your position and seek help. In fact, when someone refers you to a notario publico who promises to file the paperwork making your stay legal in the United States, you are elated. It isn’t Read more about Notario Fraud Exposed: What You Should Know[…]