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This page provides immigration bond information and links on laws, regulations and interpretations controlling immigration and the work of the immigration-related bureaus of the Department of Homeland Security. You can learn how immigration laws are made and how regulations are developed. You can explore agency and judicial interpretations of those laws. You can also find handbooks and guides used by immigration officers in performing their mission as well as guides created to help you through the immigration process.

Immigration bonds are typically set for detainees held by the Bureau of Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) pending a hearing or court appearance.

Immigration bonds are similar to state and federal bonds in the respect that they are designed to guarantee the appearance of the individual to all court proceedings and bonds posted for immigration charges are also subject to immediate forfeiture should the arrested individual not appear in court. But they are also different in several ways, as described below.

Unlike state and federal bonds, the only release options for INS detainees are: 1) cash bond paid directly to the Bureau of Immigration and Customs Enforcement (click here for field office locations), or 2) surety bond through a bail bondsman licensed to handle immigration bonds.

The two types immigration bonds available to INS detainees are:

  • Delivery Bond
    An alien that is arrested by the Bureau of Immigration and Customs Enforcement and issued a Warrant of Arrest (Form I-205) and a Notice of Custody Conditions (Form I-286) may be eligible for a delivery bond. The amount of a delivery bond should be sufficient to ensure that the alien will appear for any future immigration proceedings.
  • Voluntary Departure Bond
    An alien who is allowed to depart the country voluntarily after being placed in removal proceedings (or in lieu of such proceedings) has been granted Voluntary Departure. The Immigration Judge may, and, in some cases, must, require that someone post a bond in an amount that will ensure that the alien departs the United States within the time specified.

For an immigration bond you may be asked for the following information about the alien:

  • Alien Name
  • Alien Registration Number
  • Name of the facility where the alien is being held
  • Alien's home address
  • Alien's date of birth
  • Alien's country of birth
  • Bond Amount
  • Name of the person posting the bond
  • Valid address for the person posting the bond
  • Valid Social Security Number for the person posting the bond
  • Valid phone number for the person posting the bond
  • Acceptable form of identification
    • Permanent Resident Card
    • Passport with appropriate stamps
    • Valid driver's license
    • State identification with proof of immigration status



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