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Affordable Immigration Bail Bonds​

Q: What is an Immigration Bond?
A: It is a contract between the bonding company and the INS for the release of the alien from INS custody.
Q: Are there different types of Immigration Bonds?
A: Yes. There are two types of immigration bonds, the delivery bond and the voluntary departure bond.
Q: What is a delivery bond?
A: A delivery bond is an appearance bond and is posted to ensure that the alien will appear for all of his future immigration proceedings.
Q: What is a Voluntary Departure Bond?
A: A bond posted to ensure that the alien departs the United States within the time specified.
Q: How much does an Immigration Bond Cost?
A: We charge different premium rates depending on the amount of collateral securing the bond. All rates renew annually and must be paid for each year that the bond remains in force. Please call us at 800-954-4008 for details.
Q: Is it common for immigration cases to last longer than 1 year?
A: Yes. It is common for immigrations cases to last several years. In fact, we have had cases last as long as 10 years.
Q: Do I get the premium back?
A: No. The premium is our fee which we earn by taking the risk that the alien will fail to appear for his hearing dates and we will be forced to pay the bond.
Q: Do I have to pay the whole premium up front?
A: Yes.
Q: How do I get an Immigration Bond?
A: Call us at 1-800-954-4008 Monday - Friday, between the hours of 8:30 a.m. and 5:30 p.m. pacific time. We will need the full name of the alien, his or her alien number and the name of the facility where the alien is being detained. We will then contact the INS to find out the amount of the bond. You will be contacted and informed of how much the bond will cost, what kind of collateral will be required, and to arrange a meeting to fill out the forms. You can expedite this process by printing out the application and filling it out prior to meeting with us.
Q: Why don't you do Immigration Bonds 24 hours a day, 7 days a week?
A: Because the INS field offices are not open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. In fact the Fresno, California field office is only open from 8:30 a.m. until 1:00 p.m., Pacific Time, Monday through Friday and is closed during all federal holidays.
Q: What type of collateral is required to get an Immigration Bond?
A: A Deed of Trust on real property with sufficient equity to cover the amount of the bond plus foreclosure costs and/or cash collateral.
Q: What is a deed of trust?
A: A lien on real property for a specific amount of money.
Q: Will the lean be removed from my property?
A: Yes, when the bond is canceled, provided that the alien has not breached and there is no premium owed. If the alien does breach or premium is owed, your property will not be reconvened until all premiums and expenses are paid and your property may be foreclosed upon to pay these expenses.
Q: Will I get my cash collateral back?
A: Yes, when the bond is canceled, provided that the alien has not breached and there is no premium owed. Even if the alien does breach or premium is owed you, will still get your cash collateral back minus the expenses caused by the breach or the premium owed.