Immigration Bail Bonds


FLORIDA Immigration Bail Bonds.




          Two main Types of immigration Bonds are:

  • Delivery Bond
    An alien that is arrested by the Bureau of Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) and issued a Warrant of Arrest (Form I-205) and a Notice of Custody Conditions (Form I-286) may be eligible for a delivery bond. The amount of a delivery bond should be sufficient to ensure that the alien will appear for any future immigration proceedings.
  • Voluntary Departure Bond
    An alien who is allowed to depart the country voluntarily after being placed in removal proceedings status (or in lieu of such proceedings) has been granted Voluntary Departure. The Immigration Judge may, and in nearly all cases will require that the detainee post a bond in an amount that will ensure that the alien departs the United States within the time specified.


Florida Immigration Bondsmen.

When visiting or calling an Immigration Bonding Agency for an immigration bond, be sure to bring or have the following information about the alien, we can assist you in getting most of this information like bond amount, court and location.

  • Alien's Full Name
  • Alien Registration Number
  • Name of the facility where the alien is being held
  • Alien's home address
  • Alien's date of birth
  • Alien's country of birth
  • Bond Amount
  • Name of the person posting the bond
  • Valid address for the person posting the bond
  • Valid Social Security Number for the person co-signing & requesting the bond posting.
  • Valid phone number for the person/s posting the bond
  • Acceptable forms of identification for co-signer/s.
    • Permanent Resident Card - Green Card.
    • Passport with appropriate stamps
    • Valid State driver's license.
    • State identification with proof of immigration status.
  • How Quickly Will The Detainee Be Released?


Keep in mind that most U.S. Immigration and Naturalization offices also known as ICE for Immigration and Customs, are open only Monday through Friday during regular business hours and there are a number of steps that are required to be completed before an INS bond can be posted and the detainee released from custody. Our expertise in handling INS bonds can greatly speed up this process. There's no one faster than us! Call one of our bond agents today for more information on how we can help you.

An Immigration bond is not that different from a regular bail bond in concept, but then again it is very much different because an immigration not only guarantees the appearance of the detainee but also his or her performance. What do we mean by "Performance". In the INS bonding world performance means many things but primarily one thing, I.E; that the detainee does not become a ward of the state, want to know more please read on.

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Immigration JailAfter the bail amount is set and the paperwork is completed, our bonding agent will post the bond with the Immigration deportation officer in charge of your loved one's INS case. Then the formal release process begins and can take several hours to be completed.

This wait is unavoidable. However, most INS detentions facilities will release the defendant alien even after business hours.

Important Immigartion Alerts From the INS - USCIS Office.

  • The Miami INS Customer Service Center (CSC) has temporarily moved operations to the Miami District Office
    June 20, 2008 - Due to a fire, the Miami CSC operations will be temporarily housed in the Miami District Office.


  • Naturalization Interviews to be Conducted on Saturdays, Sundays and After Normal Business Hours on Weekdays
    USCIS is expanding work hours and adding staff to complete Naturalization applications within their processing time goals.


Immigration Bonds




Bail Bond Immigration Company Florida, Los Angeles, San Francisco, San Diego, San Jose, California, New York, Texas and Nationwide.

Immigration bonds are like a specialized loan that guarantee's the performance and the appearance of the alien. As such we are required to have collateral guaranteeing the loan. We accept many different kinds of collateral. The most common kind is real estate, like a home  or land. In some cases, we can accept a portion of the bond in cash or by major credit card.



Immigration Bondsman call 1-800-224-5937. District offices located in Miami & Tampa Florida, Los Angeles, San Francisco and San Diego, California, New York, NY.


Immigration and naturalization government links below.

These links provide information on the services provided by USCIS to applicants, petitioners, authorized representatives, community-based organizations, and people of the general public.

Included among the immigration benefits the USCIS oversees are: citizenship, lawful permanent residency, family and/or employment-related immigration, employment authorization, inter-country adoptions, asylum and refugee status, replacement immigration documents, and foreign student authorization.

U.S. Citizenship and Immigrations Services links below.

At Immigration Bail Bonds we always have bail bondsmen on duty waiting to help you get your loved one out quickly. We make this process as short as possible. Call us today.