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Do I qualify for an Immigration Bond?

Burga Law Firm PC is a Rancho Cucamonga Immigration Bond Attorney. With the current changes in Immigration enforcement, there has been a rise in the number of individuals detained by U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE). The enforcement priorities are no longer focusing only on immigrants with violent crimes history, but now it includes anyone that is undocumented, regardless if they have a criminal record.

If you get detained by ICE, you are placed in an Immigration Detention Facility for the duration of your case. Immigration Detention could take several months. The best way to avoid being held for several months is by filing a request for a bond. You can request a bond from the Immigration Judge, who will then determine the amount you would have to pay for your release.

The requirements to qualify for a bond are: 1) Not be a danger to society, and 2) Not be a flight risk, but there are also other factors such as:

  • Whether you pose a “danger to the community.”
  • You are a “flight risk,” meaning you will not return to Immigration Court
  • Your family ties in the United States
  • Your criminal history
  • Your employment history
  • Your financial ability to pay an Immigration Bond
  • Your participation in community organizations
  • How you entered the United States
  • Whether you qualify for defense from removal or deportation in Immigration Court

Immigrants that committed serious crimes or that don’t have a strong removal defense case, then the Department of Homeland Security will oppose your request for a bond, and the Judge could deny your bond request. Give us call to help you determine if you would qualify to obtain an Immigration Bond from the Immigration Judge.

Do I need an Immigration Bond Attorney?

Immigration bond requests can be complicated, especially if you have a criminal history. Your best option is to hire an experienced Immigration Bond Attorney. Burga Law Firm PC is an Immigration Bond Attorney in Rancho Cucamonga. Some judges consider certain types of crimes to be more severe than others. Also, an Immigration Bond Attorney can help you discover some facts that can strengthen your chances of obtaining a bond.

Will the Attorney visit my detained family member or friend?

Of course! We believe it is best to visit with the detained client to get all the information we need for the bond request and or eligibility for relief in Immigration Court. As Immigration Bond Attorney, we can visit your detained friend or relative at any time of the day.

How much are the Immigration Bonds?

Immigration Bonds can be anywhere from $1500 up to $25,000 or even more. As your Immigration Bond Attorney, Burga Law Firm PC has not had a client that had to pay more than $25,000 for a bond; it doesn’t mean that it couldn’t go higher than that.

What happens if the Judge denies my bond motion?

If the Immigration Judge denies your motion for bond, then you would have to remain in custody for the duration of your case. However, there is another bond motion you could file called a Rodriguez Bond motion or request. A Rodriguez Bond is a bond request submitted after you have been in custody for 180 days, and if denied, Rodriguez Bonds can be requested every 180 days of detention again.

Need us to help your family member obtain an Immigration Bond? Give us a call! (909) 538-8320 or send us a message through our free case evaluation form