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In need of an Immigration bond? agents can help. We have been assisting clients requiring immigration bonds for over 25 years. These types of bonds can be confusing for most, but we will walk you you through every step.

Immigration bail bonds are quite a bit different than your regular state or county bail bonds. Let's go over a few points that you must know about Immigration Bonds:

What to do if someone has an Immigration holdImmigration Bonds

If a defendant is arrested on a local level and has an immigration hold, the defendant will have to answer for the charge within that county first, then Immigration. It is possible to get released from jail earlier if you choose to post the local bail bond. If you post a bail bond at the county the defendant is being detained, the Immigration Service (ICE) generally has 72 hours to pick up the defendant from the county jail. At that time, the defendant will be brought to a immigration holding facility and most likely be issued and Immigration Bond. Just a reminder, going this route, you will have to be prepared to post both bonds. The local bail bonds and the Immigration Bond. Both will require collateral.

Information we need to post an Immigration Bond

Immigration bail bonds aren’t that difficult, and you don’t need to be a rocket scientist to bail someone out of jail using an immigration bail bond. That being said, difficulties can arise and every so often these become major problems, so it’s a good idea to think carefully before you embark on the immigration bail bonds process.

There aren’t many differences between the immigration bail bonds process, and the normal state or county bail bonds process. The main one is that you will have to pay a premium of between 15 an 20% of the full bond amount up front, instead of the standard 10% charge. That represents the extra work and risk that bail bond agency is taking on when they deal with an immigration bail bond. The cost of the premium will also depend on the collateral that is used to cover the bond, since this will obviously affect the risk that the agency is taking.

The problem with the immigration bail bond process is often that communication breaks down, and the people who want to co-sign the bail bond just don’t understand the process. It’s often a cultural or language divide, and with the best will in the world it can be difficult to handle in a high pressured situation. Just remember to stay calm throughout the process and remain patient; if you do both of those things the whole thing should go reasonably smoothly.

Choosing a bail bond agency with a specialist team to handle immigration bail bonds is a good idea. You might have to do a bit of searching, but this will give you much more peace of mind when you embark on the process of bailing an immigrant out of jail.

For immigration law assistance, contact:

US Immigration and Customs Enforcement

Immigration Detention Holds


Eloy Detention Center
1705 E. Hanna Rd.
Eloy, AZ 85231
(520) 464-3000

Florence Service Processing Center
3250 N. Pinal Parkway
Florence, Arizona 85232
(520) 868-5862

Pinal County Adult Detention
971 Jason Lopez Circle
Florence, AZ 85232
(520) 866-5014


El Centro Service Processing Center
1115 North Imperial Avenue
El Centro, California 92243
(760) 336-4600

Otay Detention Facility
446 Alta Road
Suite 5400
San Diego, CA 92158
(619) 710-8300

San Pedro Service Processing Center
2001 S. Seaside Avenue
San Pedro, CA 90731


11901 East 30th Avenue
Aurora, CO 80010
(303) 361-6612


Broward Transitional Center
3900 N. Powerline Road
Pompano Beach, FL 33073
(954) 973-4485

Krome Service Processing Center
18201 S.W. 12th Street
Miami, FL 33194
(305) 207-2001


Stewart Detention Center
79 Holder Road
Lumpkin, GA 31815
(229) 838-5000


LaSalle Detention Facility
830 Pinehill Road
Jena, Louisiana 71342
(318) 992-7800

New Jersey

Elizabeth Detention Facility
625 Evans Street
Elizabeth, New Jersey 07201
(908) 352-3776

New York

Buffalo Federal Detention Facility
4250 Federal Drive
Batavia, New York 14020
(716) 551-4741

Varick Federal Detention Facility
201 Varick Street, 4th Floor
New York, NY 10014
(212) 337-0437

Puerto Rico

Service Processing Center
505 Gun Road
Aguadilla, PR 00604

(787) 890-3600


El Paso Processing Center
8915 Montana Avenue
El Paso, Texas 79925
(915) 225-1941

Houston Contract Detention Facility
15850 Export Plaza
Houston, TX 77032
(281) 985-8400

Laredo Contract Detention Facility
4702 East Saunders Street
Laredo, Texas 78401
(956) 727-4118

Port Isabel Detention Center
27991 Buena Vista Blvd
Los Fresnos, TX 78566
(956) 547-1700

South Texas Detention Facility
566 Veteran's Drive
Pearsall, Texas 78061
(830) 334-2939

Willacy Detention Center
1800 Industrial Drive
Raymondville, Texas 78580
(956) 689-9218


Tacoma Contract Detention Facility
1623 East J Street
Suite 2
Tacoma, Washington 98421-1615
(253) 779-6000

Immigration Bond Agent
Luis Rosen
Lic# A225911

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