If you have been suspected of a visa violation, such as staying in the United States with an expired visa, then you may have been detained by the Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE). Every year there are more than 300,000 immigrants that are held by ICE, many of whom have been removed from the U.S. It is important for you to know that there are several options available to you if your eligibility for residence in the United States is being investigated. One option that is available to some is a release on bond while the investigation is being conducted.
If you have been detained by ICE and you have not had a bond set, then you have the option to apply for a bond determination hearing. There are several factors that an immigration judge will consider when determining the amount of your bond:
If you are being held by ICE then it is important that you contact an Orlando immigration attorney from Pozo Goldstein, LLP, our firm will be able to help you by discussing your options, advising you as to any action you should take and by providing you with legal representation if you choose to work with us.
At Pozo Goldstein, LLP we are a skilled and experienced immigration law firm, we have handled numerous cases involving clients who have been detained by ICE. There are options available to you, speak with a representative from our firm in order to discuss how we can help you in your situation. Our firm has over 90 years of combined experience in nationality law; we have a skilled and educated legal team that will be able to serve you if you choose to work with us.
Contact an Orlando ICE detainment lawyer from our firm to discuss your current situation and what options are available to you.
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