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Orlando Immigration Bond Attorney

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Lawyers Representing Immigrants in Detention Bond Hearings in Orange County, Windermere, and Apopka

There are multiple types of situations where an immigrant may be detained by Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE). Immigration officials may believe that a person entered the United States illegally, overstayed in the U.S. following the expiration of a temporary visa, or does not have the necessary documentation to show that they can continue to live in the United States. These officials may begin deportation proceedings, and cases can take several months or even years to resolve. During their case, a person may be able to be released on an immigration bond so they can continue living with their family and maintain employment. During an immigration bond hearing, it is crucial to be represented by an attorney who can advocate on behalf of an immigrant and their family members.

At the Vasquez Law Firm, PLLC, we understand how being detained by immigration officials can disrupt a person's life, their relationships with their family members, and their ability to continue working. We are dedicated to helping our clients resolve these issues quickly and efficiently. We work to ensure that immigrants can be released from detention while helping them take the correct steps to continue living together with their families in the U.S.

Qualifying for an Immigration Bond

When a person is detained by ICE, they will generally be required to pay a certain amount of money before they can be released. This amount is meant to ensure that the person will appear at any required hearings during their case and comply with all requirements put in place by immigration officials. While many immigrants are eligible for immigration bonds, there are some cases where a person will be subject to mandatory detention and will not be eligible for a release. These include cases where a person is inadmissible or deportable based on criminal convictions or accusations that they have committed certain types of crimes.

An immigrant who has been detained can request an immigration bond hearing. This hearing will be held before an immigration judge, who will determine whether a bond should be granted and the amount that a person will be required to pay. To receive an immigration bond, a person will need to show that they are not a flight risk and that they will appear for all scheduled hearings during their case. They will also need to show that they do not present a danger to public safety or national security. The minimum amount of an immigration bond is $1,500, but bonds will often be set at several thousand dollars.

During a hearing, an immigration judge will look at a number of factors to determine whether a person should be released on an immigration bond. They will consider a person's ties to their family and community and whether they have maintained steady employment. While family members will generally not be asked to testify, their attendance at a hearing may show that a person has close ties to people who live in the United States. The judge may also consider a person's moral character, and if the person has any previous criminal convictions, they may need to provide evidence of rehabilitation. The judge may also look at whether a person qualifies for immigration relief, including a U visa or a waiver of inadmissibility.

Contact Our Tampa Immigration Bond Hearing Attorneys

If you or a loved one have been detained by immigration officials, our lawyers can help you determine your options for being released on an immigration bond, and we will provide you with representation during any hearings or other legal proceedings during your case. To get legal help with immigration-related issues, contact our office at 407-955-5000 and set up a complimentary consultation. We provide representation in deportation proceedings and other immigration cases in Orlando and Orange County, as well as other Florida cities, including Winter Park, Daytona Beach, Lake Mary, Kissimmee, Winter Garden, Tampa, Lake Buena Vista, Clermont, Leesburg Bay Lake, Saint Cloud, Ocoee, Oviedo, Sanford, Windermere, Apopka, St. Petersburg, Casselberry, Winter Springs, and Altamonte Springs.

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