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Immigration bonds are different from state and local bail bonds. Immigration bonds are for individuals who are being detained by I.C.E. (Immigration and Customs Enforcement). These are federal bonds and must be posted by a bond company that has the ability to post federal immigration bail bonds.


The bond is a guarantee that the detainee will attend all hearings. You (Indemnitor) are promising that, if ICE releases the detainee from detention, you will ensure the detainee go to all court hearings and do what the judge orders, even if that includes being deported.

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A detainee is eligible for a bond when they prove that they are NOT a danger to the community and are NOT a flight risk. In some cases, a detainee is not eligible for a bond, due to certain criminal convictions or because they have already been deported in the past.

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ICE will provide paperwork to the detainee with a bond amount or the words “no bond.” If the detainee is not given a bond amount, they may ask the judge to give a bond hearing and consider setting a bond. There are a few ways to ask for a bond hearing:

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How do I find out the bond amount for my family member? Usually ICE tells the detainee.  But you can also call ICE at 612-843-8600, extension 5. Who can pay the bond? The person who pays the bond must be a Lawful Permanent Resident or U.S. citizen who speaks English (to be able to read the bond contract).  The must…

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