Understanding Immigration Bail Bonds
In the event that you or a loved happens to be arrested and detained for some immigration issue, you need to consider getting them an immigration bond which will secure their release from detention till their day for court appearance. But as we look at immigration bonds, one thing that you need to acknowledge going forward in so far as how they work is concerned is that they will only be availed to detainees who have met some particular qualifications as we shall see later.
The United States government has the department that is tasked with the arrest and detention of the foreign nationals who may have breached some immigration rules and this is the U.S Immigration and Customs Enforcement, ICE. This agency, ICE, has the authority to release a detainee based on what is known as personal recognizance and in such a case, one released on such terms will not have to pay for a bond for their release. But in the event that this is not applicable and you cannot enjoy such a kind of release based on personal recognizance and as such an immigration judge or the agency itself, U.S ICE, has set a bond amount for your release from detention, then it so follows that you will have to start exploring what alternatives there may be for you. To help with an idea of some of these immigration bail bonds, read on and see some of the following as some of the common kinds of the immigration bonds that you may apply for and how they work, knowing which of them would be the most suitable.
Fundamentally, when we talk of the types of the immigration bonds, these are basically of two kinds; the delivery bonds and the voluntary departure bonds. Either of these will be available to the illegal aliens who may be so under ICE custody and they will only be available to them in the event that they have proved not to be a threat to national security and public safety. Read on and see the purposes of each of these kinds of bonds below.
Looking at the delivery bonds, one thing that you need to know of is that as a detainee under the custody of ICE for such immigration issues and flouting of the immigration rules, you will only be granted and considered eligible for the delivery bonds only upon the determination of an immigration judge or ICE itself. Before one is set free out of custody on a delivery bond, they must first have received an arrest warrant and a notice of custody conditions from the Immigrations and Customs Enforcements, ICE. By and large, the purpose that this bond, the delivery bond, serves is to ensure that the immigrant being released under its provisions, will indeed show up to all of their immigration hearings.