Immigration Bonds

 Immigration Bonds

1-877-523-4269

Immigration bonds are a special type of bail bond. They are a federal bond that allows non citizens who are incarcerated in a Federal Detention Center to be freed until their appearance date. Our  Immigration Bond Service is available 24/7 to take care of all of your immigration bond needs. Most aliens arrested in the USA are directed to a Federal Detention Center.

Here is some information you will need when calling us to help your friend or loved one out of the Federal Detention Center on Immigration Bond

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:

We can be reached 24/7 at 1-877-523-4269

  • Alien’s Name
  • Alien’s Registration Number
  • Bond Amount
  • Name of the Federal Detention facility 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

What service do you need? * Bail Bonds
Immigration Bond
Your First Name: *
E-mail Address: *
Your Last Name: *
Phone Number with area code: *
Name of Person in Jail: *
Alien Registration # *
Name of Detention Facility
City: *
State: *
 

 

Bail Amount: $
Please give us as much detail as Possible:

Verification Code:
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Immigration Detention Center Information and Locations

Strengthening the nation’s capacity to detain and remove criminal and other deportable aliens is a key component of the comprehensive strategy to deter illegal immigration and protect public safety. Detention and removal of illegal aliens is a priority of U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE). This commitment has been backed by significant resources devoted to detention and removal efforts.

DRO secures bed space in detention facilities, and monitors these facilities for compliance with National Detention Standards. The standards specify the living conditions appropriate for detainees. DRO is currently transitioning to the new ICE Performance Based National Detention Standards (PBNDS). These new standards are available here: Detention Operations Manual (Detention Standards). This manual provides uniform policies and procedures concerning the treatment of individuals detained by ICE. Detainees in ICE custody are provided with a National Detainee Handbook, available in English or Spanish. The National Detainee Handbook provides an overview of the general rules, regulations, policies and procedures that all detainees are required to follow while in ICE custody, as well as the programs and services available at all ICE facilities. Each facility also has a site-specific handbook that is a guide to the policies, rules and procedures in effect at that specific location, and addresses day-to-day concerns of ICE detainees.

For information on services relating to but not under the direct jurisdiction of U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement, please contact the following:

The Executive Office for Immigration Review (EOIR) is an agency within the Department of Justice (DOJ). Its primary mission is to preside over immigration cases in an attentive and timely manner. These cases involve detained aliens, criminal aliens, and aliens seeking asylum as a form of relief from removal. EOIR ensures the standards of due process and fair treatment for all parties involved.

For information about a matter in an Immigration Court administered by EOIR or informaton about each of its offices, visit EOIR’s Web site at http://www.usdoj.gov/eoir/. You may also call its electronic information system at 1 (800) 898-7180.

U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) is part of the Department of Homeland Security (DHS). USCIS is responsible for the administration of immigration and naturalization arbitration functions and establishing immigration services policies and priorities including ruling on immigration visa petitions, naturalization petitions, asylum and refugee applications, cases performed at the service centers and all other mediation.

You may call U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) toll-free for automated information and live assistance concerning immigration services and benefits at 1 (800) 375-5283. The TTY number is: 1 (800) 767-1833. You may also visit its Web site at http://uscis.gov/graphics/index.htm where you can find out the status of your case, find out how to post a bond for an alien in detention, download forms, learn about detainee rights, learn how to file forms and more.

For information about a matter before the Board of Immigration Appeals (BIA) you may contact BIA at (703) 605-1007. Its menu of automated options includes:

  • Appeals and motions;
  • Transcripts and briefs;
  • Board decisions and stays of deportation; and
  • Change of address.

Alphabetical List of
Detention Facilities

 
Located in
(State)

 
Aguadilla Service
Processing Center

 
Puerto Rico
 
Aurora Contract
Detention Facility

 
Colorado
 
Broward
Transitional Center

 
Florida
 
Buffalo Federal
Detention Facility

 
New York
 
El Centro Service
Processing Center

 
California
 
Elizabeth Contract
Detention Facility

 
New Jersey
 
El Paso
Processing Center

 
Texas
 
Eloy
Detention Center

 
Arizona
 
Florence Service
Processing Center

 
Arizona
 
Houston Contract
Detention Facility

 
Texas
 
Krome Service
Processing Center

 
Florida
 
Laredo Contract
Detention Facility

 
Texas
 
LaSalle
Detention Facility

 
Louisiana
 
Otay
Detention Facility

 
California
 
Pinal County Adult
Detention Center

 
Arizona
 
Port Isabel Service
Processing Center

 
Texas
 
San Pedro Service
Processing Center

 
California
 
South Texas
Detention Facility

 
Texas
 
Stewart
Detention Center

 
Georgia
 
Tacoma Contract
Detention Facility

 
Washington
 
Varick Federal
Detention Facility

 
New York
 
Willacy
Detention Center

 
Texas