If you have a family member who ICE has detained, you may wonder what you can do to help them. One of the first things you can do is help them post-bond. Here’s what you need to know about posting a bond for an ICE detainee.
Once the bond is paid, the bondsman will work with ICE to release your loved one from detention.
What Happens if the Bond is Not Paid?
If the bond is not paid, your loved one will remain in detention until their case is resolved. This can take months or even years.
Posting bond for an ICE detainee can be complicated, but it’s important to do everything you can to help your loved one. By working with a bondsman and paying the bond in full, you can help your loved one get released from detention and begin fighting their case.