Bond Hearings: Helping Immigrants Get Out Of Detention
As immigration laws in the United States have turned their focus on enforcement, 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 cases, but today, even those with no criminal history are detained for actions including committing nonviolent offenses, such as driving without a license, misdemeanor offenses, or entering and remaining in the United States illegally.
Attorney Alex Solomiany is very experienced in representing immigrants at bond hearings and in removal and 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 a Bond?
A noncitizen placed in immigration custody may seek release on bond. An immigration bond can be set at as low as $1,500. A monetary bond serves as a guarantee that the detainee will appear at future hearings. Release on bond allows an individual to be reunited with his or her family and continue life in the United States while the immigration case is resolved. Alex Solomiany will review your case and determine whether you are eligible for bond before an immigration judge or ICE. A proper motion for bond presents factors such as family ties, employment history and evidence the individual is not a risk of flight or a danger to the community and push for the judge to grant a bond.
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 that you can return to your home country or a strong defense so that you can preserve your immigration status.
Get Effective Representation for your Hearing
Detention is difficult for individuals and their families, especially when the duration of detention is uncertain. Alex Solomiany is dedicated to helping you during your bond hearing. For a consultation for a friend or relative, call 305-373-1105 or email the Law Offices of Alex Solomiany, P.A., today.