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Our Immigration Attorneys Can Help You With An Immigration Bond Request

Being detained and held for removal proceedings and possible deportation can be terrifying. You have the right to ask for an immigration bond hearing, and you have the right to have an attorney present at this hearing. Our experienced immigration lawyers at the Canizares Law Group, LLC, in Miami have handled thousands of immigration cases for clients throughout the country.

What Is An Immigration Bond?

When an immigrant is detained by U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) for violation of U.S. immigration laws, obtaining an immigration bond will allow the detainee to be released. When a detainee secures an immigration bond, they promise to return to the court for any future hearings for their removal proceeding. They also promise to comply with all the immigration judge’s orders. At the end of all of the proceedings, if the immigrant complied with all the court orders, including leaving the country if ordered to do so, then the bond money will be returned to the person who secured the bond on the immigrant’s behalf.

What Happens If An Immigrant Fails To Appear Or Comply With A Court Order?

In the event that the holder of the bond fails to appear for a hearing before the immigration judge or fails to comply with a court order, the immigrant will be considered a fugitive. The holder of the bond will have a chance to bring the immigrant to the authorities. Failure to do so will result in a forfeiture of the bond money, and the government will get to keep it.

Contact An Immigration Attorney To Request An Immigration Bond

You only get to have one bond hearing. Contact one of our deportation defense attorneys today to get representation and help in securing a bond so that you can be released from detention. Call our office at 305-686-3187 or send an email to schedule a consultation. We offer appointments over the phone, online through video chat or in person. We accept credit card payments for consultation appointments. Se habla español.