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An immigration bond is a type of federal bond used for detainees held by the Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE). Immigration bonds are similar to state and federal bonds in the respect that they are designed to guarantee the defendant’s appearance at all court proceedings, and immigration charges are also subject to immediate forfeiture should the defendant fail to appear in court. Unlike state and federal bonds, the only release options for an immigration detainee are cash bonds posted through ICE, and surety bonds posted through a properly licensed bail bondsman.

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Our immigration bond agents offer 24 hour support in either bail bond referral to a licensed bail bond company in the area in which you require a bond (nationwide bail bond referral available) and the ability to help you with your immigration bond needs. To speed things up for you we have placed an instant Pre-App form which goes directly to an immigration bond agent who will contact you within 15 minutes. 

 

Immigration Bond Types

The two most common types of immigration bonds are:

Delivery Bond

When an undocumented alien that is arrested by the Bureau of Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) and issued a Warrant of Arrest (Form I-205) and a Notice of Custody Conditions (Form I-286) he/she may be eligible for a delivery bond. The amount of a delivery bond will be sufficient to ensure that the alien will appear for any future immigration proceedings.

Voluntary Departure Bond

An alien who is allowed to depart the country voluntarily after being placed in removal proceedings (or in lieu of such proceedings) has been granted Voluntary Departure. The Immigration Judge may, and, in some cases, must, require that someone post a bond in an amount that will ensure that the alien departs the United States within the time specified.

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Prior to your initial call regarding an immigration bond you will need to have some information ready. Obtaining an immigration bond is not difficult, the following information should be available when calling the immigration bond specialist:

  • Alien’s Name
  • Alien’s Registration Number
  • Immigration Bond Amount
  • Name of the Federal Detention Facility or local jail where the alien is being held, if known
  • Alien’s date of birth
  • Alien’s country of birth
  • Alien’s home address
  • Name of the person who will be paying for the immigration bond
  • Valid address for the person posting the immigration bond
  • Valid Social Security Number for the person posting the bond
  • Valid land line phone number and cell number for the person posting the bond
  • The following are acceptable forms of identification:
    • Permanent Resident Card,
    • Valid passport with appropriate stamps,
    • Current valid driver’s license,
    • Or a current and valid state identification with proof of immigration status

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Bail Glossary

This glossary contains commonly used terms and phrases used by the bail bond industry.

Bail Conditions

Conditions may be applied to a bail bond, and can vary depending upon the type of bail, the restriction of the court, and the bail bond agreement.  One necessary condition of bail is the obligation to appear for all court proceedings.  Other common conditions may be limited travel, continued employment, regular check-ins with the bail agent, or the requirement to attend court mandated classes or treatments.  Failure to comply with bail conditions is not an offense, but may lead to the defendant being arrested and surrendered back to the court, where he or she will be remanded to custody.

Premium Payments

The bail bond premium is the cost to post a bail bond, which in many states is restricted by law to 10% of the bond amount.  For example, if a bond is set at $10,000, a $1000 premium would be paid to the bail bond company in exchange for posting the bail bond and releasing the defendant from custody.  The bail bond premium is usually paid by cash, check, or credit card.  The premium amount is non-refundable and fully earned upon release of the defendant, regardless of the final disposition of the defendant’s case.  Paying a bond premium to a bail agent is usually a more affordable option than posting a cash bond.

Bail Agreements

This is the contract that exists between the indemnitor(s) and the bail agent.  The agreement generally includes the following: the name and contact information of the indemnitor, the date the bail bond was executed, the bond amount, the criminal charge(s), and the court in which the defendant is required to appear.  Upon signing this agreement, the indemnitor is assuming the responsibility for ensuring that the defendant appears for all of his or her court appearances.  The agreement also states that if the defendant fails to comply with the conditions of the bail bond, the collateral placed as security for the bond may be seized by the bond agency in order to pay the bail amount to the court in the event of forfeiture.  The signature of the indemnitor is required to make this agreement binding.

Surety Bonds

A surety bond is a contract among three parties; the defendant, the court, and the bail agent.  A bail bond is a type of surety bond used to secure the release from custody of a person charged with a criminal offense.  The defendant or indemnitor will pay a premium in exchange for the bail bonding company’s financial strength to extend surety credit.  In the event of a forfeiture of the bond, the bonding company will pay the forfeiture, and will turn to the defendant or indemnitor for reimbursement.

Bond Indemnitor

A bond indemnitor is also known as a co-signer or guarantor.  As the bond indemnitor, you are responsible to the court and to the bail agent for the defendant’s adherence to the contract agreement and conditions.  Bond indemnitors are often family members or friends of the defendant. A bond indemnitor takes full responsibility for the defendant’s appearance in court, and will often be asked to pledge collateral or security to guarantee the appearance.  Failure to comply with these conditions may result in the forfeiture of the premium payment as well as the pledged collateral.  

Bounty Hunter

A bounty hunter captures fugitives for a monetary reward.  A bounty hunter is also known as a bail enforcement agent, fugitive recovery agent, skip tracer, and bail fugitive investigator.  Bounty hunters are often hired by bail agents to locate, arrest, and return the fugitive to the jurisdiction of the court.  Bounty hunters must be properly licensed according to the laws of each state.

Skipping Bail

This term is used when a defendant leaves the jurisdiction of the court, or commits any other act, in order to avoid a required court appearance after a bail bond has been posted on his or her behalf.  Typically, the court will issue a bench warrant for the defendant’s arrest following the missed court appearance and bail is forfeited at a specific time period thereafter.

Federal Bonds

Federal bonds are bail bonds for criminal cases in the U.S. District Courts, and include interstate crimes. A federal judge determines the bond amounts, as there are no schedules of bail amounts set for individual crimes.  The normal premium charged for a federal bond is typically 10-15% of the bond amount.

Immigration Bonds

An immigration bond is a type of federal bond used for detainees held by the Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE).  Immigration bonds are similar to state and federal bonds in the respect that they are designed to guarantee the defendant’s appearance at all court proceedings, and immigration charges are also subject to immediate forfeiture should the defendant fail to appear in court.  Unlike state and federal bonds, the only release options for an immigration detainee are cash bonds posted through ICE, and surety bonds posted through a properly licensed bail bondsman.

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