Immigration bonds are essential for the temporary release of immigrants detained by ICE (Immigration and Customs Enforcement). Serving as surety bonds, they ensure detainees attend all court hearings, playing a pivotal role in the immigration process. To better understand how these bonds function, learn more about the Immigration Court Process.
Types of Immigration Bonds
There are various types of immigration bonds, each serving a unique purpose:
- Delivery Bond: Allows detainees to live with their families and seek legal aid while awaiting court proceedings.
- Voluntary Departure Bond: Enables detainees to voluntarily leave the U.S. within a specified period.
- Order of Supervision Bond: For those awaiting final deportation orders, requiring regular check-ins with authorities.
- Public Charge Bond: Ensures individuals likely to need public assistance don’t rely on U.S. public benefits.
For more details on each type, visit Escondido Bail Bonds Types.