STEWART DETENTION CENTER
HOW TO GET A BOND AT STEWART DETENTION CENTER
Many times family members do not understand how to get an immigration bond when their family member is detained at Stewart Detention Center. I have been representing clients and families in Stewart Detention Center for many years. My staff and I are here to help you navigate the complicated immigration system and help get your family member back home to you.
To qualify for an immigration bond, your attorney must be able to show the Immigration Judge that the detained individual is not a danger to the community and is not a flight risk. This means that the attorney will need evidence to provide to the court to show the detained individual is not dangerous and has significant ties to his community such that he will return to court for any future immigration hearings.
When someone is detained in immigration proceedings they have two cases. The first case is the immigration case and the second case is the bond case. The detained individual cannot ask for bond during his hearing for his/her immigration case. The detained individual must file a bond motion to request a hearing to ask for a bond. Many detainees do not understand that a separate motion has to be filed. Also, the detainee must provide all the evidence possible to show he/she is not a danger or flight risk. If the detainee request a bond hearing without the necessary evidence to show they are not a danger or flight risk, the request will be denied. Once a bond is denied it is much harder for an attorney to get a bond on behalf of the client. As such, it is important that you contact an experienced immigration attorney to help with this process.
If a judge grants bond in a case, the detainee is not released until the bond is paid at the appropriate ICE Office. The bond is not paid with the Immigration Court. Bond payment can be made at many ICE Office locations; however, the payment has to be made out correctly and has to be with a Money Order or Cashier's Check, personal checks and cash are not accepted.
ITEMS NEEDED FOR BOND
Immigration Paperwork – any previous filed applications
Copy USCIS filing receipts
Birth Certificate of Client
Birth Certificate of Spouse (U.S. Citizen or LPR)
Marriage Certificate – Marriage License
Passport and government issued ID of Client and children (social security cards)
Birth Certificate of children (Better if U.S. Citizen)
Birth Certificate of Family members with status.
Letters of support from community, church, and family
Letters of Support from Employer
Tax documents of Client for last 5 years.
Tax documents of sponsor (U.S. Citizen or LPR family member)
Pictures of Client and family
Medical documents for children and spouse (if applicable)
School Records of Client and or Children
Letters from school teachers
Lease or Mortgage
ARTÍCULOS NECESARIOS PARA DE INMIGRACIÓN FIANZA
Documentos de Inmigración
Copias de avisos de recibo de USCIS
Acta de Nacimiento del Cliente
Pasaporte e identificación emitida por el gobierno del Cliente y sus hijos (tarjetas del seguro social)
Actas de Nacimiento de los hijos (Mejor si ciudadanos)
Acta de Nacimiento del cónyuge (Ciudadano/a)
Actas de Nacimiento de miembros de la familia que tienen estatus legal
Cartas de apoyo de la comunidad, iglesia, y familia
Cartas de apoyo de su empleo
Impuestos del cliente
Impuestos del patrocinador (Ciudadano/a o Residente Permanente)
Fotos del cliente con su familia
Historial médico de los hijos y/o cónyuge del cliente (si aplica)
Registro/Historial escolar del cliente y/o sus hijos
Cartas de apoyo de maestros
Copia del Acuerdo de Arrendamiento o Hipoteca
Cuentas/Facturas/Biles (Luz, Agua, Gas, Aseguranza/Seguro)
Expediente Criminal/ Antecedentes Penales
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