The first step in immigration defense for those who meet the qualifications is to seek a bond from the Immigration Court which will allow someone to leave immigration detention and fight their case from the comfort and safety of their regular life. A bond is important because it allows a person to continue supporting their family and living their life while they undertake their immigration defense. Without a bond, the immigration court case proceeds very quickly and does not give as much time to prepare your defense.
If you get detained or someone you love is detained, contact us right away with their name, their alien number (personal identification number beginning with A and nine digits), and the location of their detention if known. We can analyze their case and beginning preparing the motion for their release under bond right away as to minimize their time spent behind bars.