Los Angeles deportation defense & immigration lawyer
A Los Angeles deportation attorney will most likely be needed to help you get bond from your situation. First, what exactly is a bond? The amount that one can pay in order to be released and to fight their case in immigration in a non-detained facility is known as ‘bond’. The money, explains the lawyer, is to make sure that you go to all of your future hearings. Brian D. Lerner, attorney, makes clear that if you do not go to your future hearings, or if you do not follow the mandates and instructions of either the Court or ICE, then you just gave a present to Immigration otherwise, you will get your money returned once everything is over. Thus, the attorney explains that the bond is really just a loan to immigration.
However, Brian Lerner goes on to state that you can find a bondsman. Most of the time they do not accept checks. It will be either be cash or money order. After somebody in your family pays the bond, you will get paperwork that the bond was paid. Afterwards, the attorney explains will be the processing of the case and then you will be released.
It is generally more difficult, explains the attorney to fight your case from outside the U.S. The attorney will provide the necessary forms with all of the required information. In reality, it will be unlikely you can do this yourself. Thus, when ready, either you or your family should hire an experienced and dedicated deportation attorney.