What Are Immigration Bail Bonds?
Bail bonds are designed to help those who have been arrested return home during the process of being prosecuted. If you have a loved one who has been arrested here in Texas, there is a chance you might need our help.
What is a Bail Bond?
When someone is arrested, they are taken to court for a bail hearing. At this time, the judge decides if the person should be prosecuted (or officially charged with a crime) and if bail is needed.
Bail is an amount of money the person accused of the crime must pay in order to be released from jail during the trial. If you are unable to pay the amount of money required, a bail bond may be a good option for you.
Lubbock Raiders Bail Bonds is available to anyone in the area who needs help getting a loved one released on bail. The process is pretty easy.
How to get an Immigration Bail Bond:
1. Contact us!
If a loved one has been detained by ICE, you need a specific immigration bail bond, not a normal one. If you are in Texas, you will want a company that deals with Texas bail bonds.
We are here and available to answer all of your calls, all of your questions, and help make sure you understand your rights and the rights of your loved one. We want to help you get the best information and to get your loved one out of jail as soon as possible.
2. Make a deposit
To buy your bond, we only require 10% of the amount of the total bond price. Once you can get us this money, we immediately get to work getting your loved one released.
The bondsman secures the release of your loved one
A Lubbock bondsman will take care of the communication and transfer of funds. This makes the process much easier on you and much quicker.
In order to release the funds to pay for the bail, we require collateral of some kind.
This only needs to be worth 1% of the total amount of the bail bond. What this means, is that if bail is set at $1000, you only owe $10 in collateral.
Common types of collateral are: your car, your home, a bank note, valuable collection, etc.
This can be hard to come up with, if you have questions, or are having a hard time - let us know! We are happy to work with you and help you get what you need together.
4. Make sure you appear at your court hearing
When you appear at your court hearing, the 10% of bond and the collateral are returned to you. They are basically held by the court to ensure that you will show up, and once you do, they are returned.
We at Raider's Bail Bonds only require 10% of the total bail payment for our services.
If you do not show up for your hearing - you forfeit the 10% and whatever your collateral was to the courts, we will do everything we can to make sure there are no additional costs to you.
How do Immigration Bail Bonds Work?
Immigration bonds are available from Raider's Bail Bonds. These differ slightly from traditional bail bonds. Unfortunately, it can take more time. Take careful notes about everything you are told, and do your best to be calm as you wait.
Immigration and Customs Enforcement (I.C.E.)
ICE will make the determination of whether or not someone is eligible for a bond, not the court system. However, if ICE denies bond, you can ask that a court review the case, and sometimes the decision is changed.
Immigration Detainee Tracker
You should be given a number in order to track your loved one. This will help you set your mind at ease as you know where they are.
Things that will help you be eligible for a Immigration Bond:
We Are Here To Help
Lubbock Raiders Bail Bonds is here to help you, if you or a loved one is at risk of being arrested on immigration charges, please give us a call. We provide Lubbock bail bonds quickly and want to make this process as easy as possible for you and your loved ones.