Court Representation & Bond Hearings
A foreign national who is subject to deportation may be detained during immigration court proceedings. If the detainee qualifies for a bond, U.S. Immigration & Customs Enforcement (USICE), the immigration enforcement agency, sets a bond of an amount determined to ensure that the detainee will attend court proceedings. USICE may also decline to issue a bond considering the person's immigration or criminal history. If the detainee cannot afford to pay the bond or the amount is considered too high, the detainee may request that an immigration judge re-set or re-determine the bond to a lower amount. The immigration judge will then review the detainee's equitable factors, including family, employment ties, and the availability of immigration relief to determine whether the grounds for mandatory detention are justified.
Our immigration attorneys provide representation in bond hearings in immigration court. We analyze our client's case to determine if the detainee qualifies for bond, even when the judge and immigration service assert otherwise.
If you have any questions regarding immigration law, including questions relating to naturalization, deportation, permanent visas, working in the United States, traveling abroad or employer compliance, please contact our law firm to schedule an in-person, telephonic or video consultation regardless of your location within the United States or anywhere in the World.
We speak Spanish , Slovak, and Czech, accept credit cards, and provide initial consultations with an attorney for a low fee. To contact us, call 214-251-8011 (Dallas, TX area), 817-332-1100 (Fort Worth, TX area), 225-291-2155 (Baton Rouge, LA), or toll-free 1-888-562-0398 (nationwide).
* The information on this website should not be construed as legal advice. Use of information on this site does not form an attorney-client relationship. Fully licensed by the Texas Supreme Court.
** Louisiana Office - not licensed to practice law or represent clients in matters of State Law in Louisiana; but Authorized by Federal Law to advise and represent clients in Immigration Matters in Louisiana and throughout the United States. Practice is limited to Immigration Law.