Researching how to pay immigration bonds can yield various results, but there are two basic ways which stand above the rest.
First, if the detainee has the cash amount in full, he or she can pay that directly to the ICE. For example, residents of Clark County in Nevada should pay their funds to the Clark County DHS.
Secondly, if the alien cannot pay the sum in full, he or she can hire an immigration bond agent to post a surety bond with the ICE. Often in these cases, no money is exchanged, rather insurance is used to provide the sum from the bond company to the court. The detainee need only pay the agent a bond premium, an average of 15% in Nevada.
All N One Immigration Bonds offers to help aliens attain ICE immigration bonds with a premium of 15% and a $250.00 filing fee.