When it comes to an immigration bail bond, the stakes are much higher than they are with a regular bail bond. People who skip bail on a typical bail bond risk going to prison, and people who skip bail on an immigration bail bond risk being deported. Here’s what you need to know about immigration bail bonds:
There are two different kinds of immigration bail bonds.
The first kind of immigration bail bond is known as a delivery bond. Delivery bonds allow detainees to go back to their homes in the United States and meet with immigration lawyers. The second form of immigration bail bond is known as a voluntary departure bond and essentially means that detainees will leave the United States of their own accord. In both cases, jumping bail means that detainees lose their bond money and are much more likely to get deported.
The government is tight with your money.
Even if all goes well and the detainee attends every court date, it could still be more than a year before the government releases the bond money.
Not every bail bondsman can issue immigration bail bonds.
In order to issue an immigration bail bond, you bondsman has to be registered with the US government and have a special kind of insurance.
Immigration bondsmen may want more from their clients.
Immigration bail bondsmen often want their fees discharged and cosigned by someone else, preferably with collateral attached. Many bondsmen also collect yearly fees if the government doesn’t release the bond money promptly.
If you, a friend, or a loved one is in need of an immigration bail bondsman, then you need to get in touch with King Stahlman Bail Bonds. King Stahlman is fully licensed, registered, and insured to perform immigration bail bonds. For more information, visit our website or call 1-800-782-4522 any time of the day or night.