Immigration Bond Assistance in Cleveland
Legal Guidance for Immigration Bonds in Cleveland or Twinsburg, OH
The U.S. Immigration & Customs Enforcement (ICE) essentially acts as an arm of enforcement for all federal immigration matters. ICE has the power to detain anyone who is not a legal citizen of the U.S. They may send a Notice to Appear to the individual, a lawful means to notify the immigrant that he or she is being detained.
Sintsirmas & Mueller Co. L.P.A. has a mission of providing quality, caring legal counsel. A notice of detention is alarming, but rest assured that we can help you find a solution to the issue promptly.
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ICE can detain immigrants if they have committed a crime, or cannot provide proof that they can legally stay in the U.S. Note that if you are a Green Card holder, ICE can also detain a person if convicted of an aggravated felony and other “crimes of moral turpitude.”
As North East Ohio immigration attorneys, we can help you with filing an immigration bond immediately after being detained. The bond may help persuade the judge to release you on the bond.
Several factors determine eligibility for an immigration bond:
- Current family situation
- Employment history
- The reason he or she is being detained
- Financial capacity to post a Bond
- The length of time living in the U.S.
Some factors may have a positive impact on the outcome of your case. For example, if another member of your family is financially and emotionally dependent on you, and would suffer extreme hardship due to your removal, it may be more persuasive to the Courts.
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If your motion is approved, note that the Immigration Bond may cost anywhere from as few as $1, 500 to thousands of dollars. If you do not agree with the motion, such as if your case has been denied, you may also appeal the decision with the Board of Immigration Appeals (BIA). If you or a loved one is currently being detained, contact us as soon as possible. You may be eligible to receive an Immigration Bond that may protect you.
Our Cleveland immigration lawyers are here to help! Schedule your appointment today.