Immigration Detention

What You Need to Know About Immigration Detention

Motions for Bond

Many people who are detained by Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) may be eligible to get out of immigration detention on bond and have their case heard in a non-detained setting.  In some cases, ICE automatically sets a bond. However, if ICE does not set a bond or the bond is too high, Serving Immigrants can help you present a motion for bond and either obtain the bond for your loved one or have the current ICE bond reduced to a more affordable amount.  Serving Immigrants, Inc. has extensive experience in detained cases nationwide. We can petition the courts to reduce your bond amount so that your loved ones can be released from detention, reunited with their families, and get back to their normal lives.  

Request for Release on Parole or Order of Supervision

Many people who are detained by Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) are not eligible for bond; however, they may be eligible for release from detention either on parole or on an order of supervision.  Many individuals who present themselves at a port of entry and request asylum are granted parole if they have a fear of returning to their country of origin and they have a sponsor in the United States, who is a United States citizen or a lawful permanent resident.  Serving Immigrants, Inc. can assist your loved one be released from ICE detention via a parole request. Serving Immigrants, Inc. also assists immigrants detained by ICE who have final orders of deportation but their country of origin will not accept them. ICE by law is only permitted to detain individuals with final orders of removal for a maximum of ninety (90) days.  If your loved one has been detained for more than ninety (90) days and ICE will not or has not released them, Serving Immigrants, Inc. can help your loved one be released promptly.