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How Immigration Bail Bonds Work

How Immigration Bail Bonds Work

U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) is the unit of the government that arrests and detains anyone found violating U.S. immigration law. In order for the detainee to be released until his or her court date, an immigration bond must be obtained. Detainees must first meet the qualifications before they can receive an immigration bail bond, though, which we will go over in this article. In addition, the ICE can release the detainee based on what is known as personal recognizance, which is a promise they make saying they'll be present for all court appearances and will not partake in illegal activities while out on bail, and it doesn't cost anything. Whenever the immigration judge (or the ICE) sets a required bond amount, however, it's time to think about obtaining an immigration bond. It is the job of an immigration bail bondsman to help detainees through the process of obtaining one and to post bail for them.

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