Immigration Detention & Bonds
Miami Immigration Lawyer
It is commonly believed that, once an immigrant has been detained by theImmigrations Customs Enforcement (ICE), they will automatically be deported; but this is not true. First, a detainee will be given a bond hearing where they it will be determined they are eligible for bond. At these hearings, a judge will make a decision based on several factors, including:
- The detainee’s danger to the community or to travel in the U.S.
- Their employment history
- Their ability to pay the bond
- Their involvement in community groups
- Their previous immigration history
Types of Immigration Bonds
There are two different kinds of immigration bonds: delivery and voluntary.
A delivery bond allows a detainee temporary release, giving them the opportunity to seek legal representation and counsel outside of their detainment. The bond serves as insurance that the detainee will return for their court hearing because, when they do, their bond will be refunded.
A voluntary bond allows an individual to voluntarily leave the United States within a certain time period, forfeiting their legal immigration to the United States.
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Should you or someone you know be faced with an immigration bond hearing, a Miami immigration attorney would be able to answer any questions you have and advise you in the proper steps to take. Your future, or the future of your friend or loved one, is at stake. Act now to ensure the best possible outcome for an immigration bond hearing. Without proper representation in court, additional legal problems could arise, so contact a qualified immigrations lawyer today and learn exactly what they could do for you.
Immigration Detention & Bonds Attorney in the Miami Area
At Pozo Goldstein, LLP, we understand the gravity of your situation if you or a loved one has been detained by the ICE. Our attorneys include former immigration prosecutors and a former Miami-Dade County judge, and our combined experience fighting and defending immigrations cases amounts to over 90 years. We know what to do, and we want to help you. Don’t entrust your case to an inexperienced lawyer; see what we could do for you today.
Contact a Miami immigration lawyer from Pozo Goldstein, LLP now to schedule your free, in-office case consultation. We could fight for you and secure your freedom.