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Immigration Bail Bonds

Call us for Immigration Bonds: 305-968-0000

Brennan Bail Bonds are the Immigration Bond specialists. We have over 25 years experience with these types of bail bonds. We understand that this process can be scary, and also very confusing. We are here to help you through it.

Immigration Bonds are slightly different than local (or county) bail bonds. Immigration bonds require a 15% premium, and some form of collateral is generally required. However, they do serve the same purpose as to ensure the defendants appearance in court or by the INS (Immigration and Naturalization Service).

What to do if someone has an Immigration Hold
The immigration bail bonds process, unfortunately, not a quick one. We must let the local jail know as soon as possible that we are interested in posting bond on the local level. We do this because once bond is posted on the county level, ICE (Bureau of Immigration and Customs Enforcement) has a certain amount of time to extradite them to the immigration detention facility before they have to release defendant.

There are a few ways someone can have an immigration bond. Usually if someone is arrested for a crime, there will be a bond set locally that will have to be posted. One the local (or county) bond has been posted and there is a hold from ICE (Bureau of Immigration and Customs Enforcement ), the defendant will have to remain in custody until ICE comes to extradite the arrestee to a Immigration detention facility. Once at the Immigration Detention Facility, it could take a up to a three days for the defendant to be issued an immigration bond, if any at all. During this process, we can begin the Immigration bond process so that when the bail bond is set, we will be ready to post the immigration bond.

For Information on immigration law, contact

Law Office of Susan Pai
10752 Deerwood Park Blvd, Suite 100
Jacksonville, FL 32256

Immigration Bond FAQ
Q: How much does an Immigration Bond Cost?
A: The premium on Immigration Bonds is between 15% and 20%. In Florida, the premium is 15%

Q: How long does the Immigration release process take?
A: Once the bail is set, the defendant should be able to released that same day. However, further review of the bond may be required by the state attorney which may delay it a additional day.

Q: What kind of collateral is needed for immigration bonds?
A: Acceptable collateral is cash, real property, stocks and bonds. If you have other collateral in mind, please call our office and we will be happy to discuss other options.

Q: Is the 15% premium on the Immigration Bonds refundable?
A: No, no portion of the premium is refundable. The premium is our fee to post the full amount of the immigration bond at the jail.

Q: When is collateral returned?
A: All collateral will be returned once we receive a discharge notice from the court. No collateral will be returned until we get the proper documentation from the courts.

Immigration Detention Centers

Eloy Detention Center
1705 E. Hanna Rd.
Eloy, AZ 85231
(520) 464-3000

Florence Service Processing Center
3250 N. Pinal Parkway
Florence, Arizona 85232
(520) 868-5862

Pinal County Adult Detention
971 Jason Lopez Circle
Florence, AZ 85232
(520) 866-5014

El Centro Service Processing Center
1115 North Imperial Avenue
El Centro, California 92243
(760) 336-4600

Otay Detention Facility
446 Alta Road
Suite 5400
San Diego, CA 92158
(619) 710-8300

San Pedro Service Processing Center
2001 S. Seaside Avenue
San Pedro, CA 90731

11901 East 30th Avenue
Aurora, CO 80010
(303) 361-6612

Broward Transitional Center
3900 N. Powerline Road
Pompano Beach, FL 33073
(954) 973-4485

Krome Service Processing Center
18201 S.W. 12th Street
Miami, FL 33194
(305) 207-2001

Stewart Detention Center
79 Holder Road
Lumpkin, GA 31815
(229) 838-5000

LaSalle Detention Facility
830 Pinehill Road
Jena, Louisiana 71342
(318) 992-7800

New Jersey
Elizabeth Detention Facility
625 Evans Street
Elizabeth, New Jersey 07201
(908) 352-3776

New York
Buffalo Federal Detention Facility
4250 Federal Drive
Batavia, New York 14020
(716) 551-4741

U.S. Department of Homeland Security Immigration and Customs Enforcement
Varick Federal Detention Facility
201 Varick Street, 4th Floor
New York, NY 10014
(212) 337-0437

Puerto Rico
Service Processing Center
505 Gun Road
Aguadilla, PR 00604
(787) 890-3600

El Paso Processing Center
8915 Montana Avenue
El Paso, Texas 79925
(915) 225-1941

Houston Contract Detention Facility
Corrections Corporation of America
15850 Export Plaza
Houston, TX 77032
(281) 985-8400

Laredo Contract Detention Facility
4702 East Saunders Street
Laredo, Texas 78401
(956) 727-4118

Port Isabel Detention Center
27991 Buena Vista Blvd
Los Fresnos, TX 78566
(956) 547-1700

South Texas Detention Facility
566 Veteran's Drive
Pearsall, Texas 78061
(830) 334-2939

Willacy Detention Center
1800 Industrial Drive
Raymondville, Texas 78580
(956) 689-9218

Tacoma Contract Detention Facility
1623 East J Street
Suite 2
Tacoma, Washington 98421-1615
(253) 779-6000