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3 Instances on When to Use Immigration Bonds
Immigration bonds are used by the federal government to ensure that immigrants abide by the terms and conditions of their visas. If a person violates any of the conditions, they will be subject to deportation, and the immigration bond is used to offset the cost of deportation. These types of bonds can be issued for a variety of reasons, but generally follow a pattern:
1. You are in violation of your visa or have been charged with a crime. If you do not pay your court-ordered fines or show up for a hearing, Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) can detain you. You may also be deported if you are found guilty.
2. You are facing removal proceedings and have failed to appear in court on multiple occasions or have failed to comply with an ICE order to leave the country within a certain time period.
3. You have entered into the United States illegally more than once and are currently detained pending deportation proceedings.
The first thing that you need to know about United Immigration Bonds is that we are Texas immigration bonds specialists. This means that our immigration bond agents have been trained and experienced in immigration bail bonds. We don’t work with any other types of bonds here at United Immigration Bonds.
If your loved one has been detained by ICE anywhere in Texas, you can count on us to get them out fast so you can be together again.
We will work with you until we develop a plan that works for your budget.
United Immigration Bonds
Address: 8500 N Stemmons Fwy #3059, Dallas, TX 75247
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