Immigration Bond

Find Prompt Legal Assistance from a New Jersey Immigration Attorney

The Immigration Police (ICE, Immigration & Customs Enforcement) has the power to detain any individual that is not a U.S. Citizen. A Notice to Appear is served upon an immigrant as a legal basis for his or her detention.

Illegal immigrants can be detained after the commission of a crime, or only for failing to prove his or her legal status in the United States. Green Card holders are generally detained after being convicted of a crime of moral turpitude (CIMT) or an aggravated felony.

If you or a loved one is detained by the immigration authorities with an ICE Detainer, you need the assistance of an experienced New Jersey immigration lawyer to help you obtain an immigration bond. At the Law Offices of Simone Bertollini, we offer prompt legal assistance to clients that are in custody of immigration authorities or in a county jail with an ICE Detainer. We can file a motion for a Bond with the Immigration Court in as little as 48 hours after being retained.

Eligibility for an Immigration Bond

There are several factors that an Immigration Judge keep in consideration when deciding whether an immigrant should be allowed to be released with a Bond. Some of these factors include:

  • Length of residence in the United States;
  • Family ties;
  • Employment history;
  • Reason for the detention;
  • Financial ability to post a Bond.

If the motion is granted, the Court will set an amount for the Bond that may vary from a minimum of $1,500 to thousands of dollars. If the motion is denied, it is possible to file an appeal with the BIA.

Contact our office today if you have a pending deportation case. If you wait too long, you may be prevented from applying for a relief from deportation, such as asylum or cancellation of removal.

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