How Immigration Bail Bonds Work
Immigration Bail Bonds
If your family member or a loved one has found themselves on the wrong side of the law and detained by ICE (immigration and customs enforcement), you will need the help of an attorney to get an immigration bond.
An immigration bond will help release your loved one from being kept in custody until his or her court hearing. These bonds are available for detainees based on their status of arrest.
The U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) is a government organization which detains foreign nationals.
ICE can release the individual based on personal recognizance, a case where you will not be required to pay for the bond. However, when an immigration judge or ICE sets a bond amount, you need to explore the options available for you.