Bond Hearings: Helping Immigrants Get Out of Detention

As immigration laws in the United States get tougher, an increasing number of immigrants are detained by Immigration and Customs Enforcement ("ICE"). In the past, only immigrants with serious criminal records were jailed pending the outcome of their case, but today even those with no criminal history are detained even for nonviolent offenses such as passport fraud, or for entering and remaining in the United States illegally.

Attorney Alex Solomiany is very experienced in representing immigrants at bond hearings, in criminal courts and in removal/deportation hearings. He represents immigrants who are held at the Krome Detention Center in Miami, Florida, and at other federal detention centers throughout the United States.

What Is Bond?

A noncitizen placed in immigration custody may seek release on bond. An immigration bond can set a bond as low as $1,500. A monetary bond serves as a guarantee that the detainee will appear at future hearings. Release on bond allows a individual to be reunited with his or her family and continue his life in the United States while his immigration case is resolved.

With the current backlog of immigration cases, immigrants can face extended detention periods, even for minor immigration law violations or offenses that would not result in jail time. As your lawyer, Mr. Solomiany can help you seek a favorable outcome to your case, which is either a quick resolution of the charges so you can return to your home country or a strong defense so you can preserve your immigration status.

Discuss Your Case with a Board-Certified Immigration and Nationality Attorney

To arrange a consultation regarding a friend or relative in immigration custody with attorney Alex Solomiany, call 305-373-1105 or fill out the contact form on this Web site. The Law Offices of Alex Solomiany, P.A., is located on 80 S.W. 8th Street, just south of in downtown Miami, within walking distance of the Miami Immigration Court.