Raleigh Immigration Bail Bonds

Has a friend or relative recently been arrested because they have violated the immigration laws of the United States? Don’t let them sit in jail any longer than they have to. Here at DJ’s Bail Bonds, we are committed to helping people get out of jail fast. We can help them meet the conditions of their release, including meeting their court dates.

For fast immigration bail bonds service in Raleigh, we are the best around.

Immigration bail is different from other kinds of bail. When someone is arrested for violating immigration laws, they are taken to a special immigration court. These courts are run by ICE – Immigration & Customs Enforcement – and the conditions for bail are different. Regardless, we are equipped to handle just about any kind of immigration case.

If you are an immigrant and you are arrested for a crime, or if you have been caught illegally living in this country, you will be taken to these special courts for processing. Like other kinds of bond, the bond amount is there to ensure that the individual shows up for all of the court proceedings. If you need immigration bail bonds in Raleigh, we can help you with all of these details, so give us a call today!

When it comes to 24 hour immigration bail bondsman service in Raleigh, you can count on us.

We will be there when you need us most, so give us a call today!

We work for your convenience!

Our immigration bail bonding specialist will guide you through the entire process. We will meet with you in the office anytime that is convenient to your schedule. Seasoned agent’s experience most of the panic stricken calls in the late hours of the night and weekends. We will complete all of your paperwork and take you through the entire process before you leave our office. Our team has personal experience immigrating their family and now many new friends in our local community.

Your loved one may not be eligible for bond until immigration status has been determined. Depending on your loved one’s immigration status and history of criminal convictions, they may be subject to mandatory detention which means that they will have to remain in detention.