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We have represented and helped thousands of people receive immigration bonds. Our team consists of individuals who are dedicated to defending clients who are facing removal. There are many steps that are involved in the bond process but rest assured, we can help you at every step, from obtaining a bond to your individual hearing.
Generally, it can take days or even weeks to receive an immigration bond hearing. But the entire cancellation of removal process can even be extended into years. Nevertheless, whatever circumstances one might have, the first step is to get in contact with an attorney as soon as possible. The bond process is a very delicate one in where you may only get one opportunity and if a mistake is made it can result in removal.
Please do not hesitate to call our immigration attorneys. Our team takes the time to make sure that we understand your bond or cancellation case and to make sure you comprehend the process. The consultation is free. We will look for best possible solutions and do everything we can to keep families together. We believe in our clients and we are committed to providing quality representation. We look forward to speaking to you today.
If you have any questions in regards to the bond/cancellation process, below are some requirements and exclusions so that you can be best prepared for the process.
To get a bond, an immigration judge will determine whether or not the person is eligible. Individuals who have had a prior deportation order are usually not eligible for bond.
If the judge feels as if an individual is either a flight risk or a danger to the community, that person would then ineligible for bond. The judge is free to take into account any evidence that is available to them to determine if an individual is a flight risk or danger to the community.
Additionally, the judge will also consider whether or not the individual was caught crossing the border or has established residence in the United States. Usually, if an individual is caught crossing the border, they are ineligible. With this being said, it is still possible to receive a bond even if an individual does not meet all the requirements for the cancellation removal under 42(b).
If someone has been convicted of a DUI, they may be considered a danger to the community, which can ultimately result in a judge denying that person a bond.
If an individual does not have an immediate relative that is also either a US Citizen or a Legal Permanent Resident, then that person may be considered a flight risk due to the fact that do not qualify for cancellation of removal or 42(b).
With this being said, there is no way to know in advance how a judge will rule in a bond case.
Likewise, there are also various types of crimes that make it impossible to recieve a bond and/or 42(b) cancellation of removal. These offenses are known as Aggravated Felonies. If the person seeking bond has one of the following convictions, If an individual is looking into getting bond and has one of the following convictions, they will not be eligible to receive a bond.
If a bond is granted, the next step is the out of custody 42(b) process. This is a very intricate process and the requirements can confuse many people. Here are the questions that we ask in order to determine whether or not a individual is eligible for a 42(b) cancellation of removal. In conclusion, it is very difficult to list all the ways you can win a removal hearing, the questions below give the framework that the judge will consider.
Please keep in mind that if you receive a bond, but do not qualify for 42(b) cancellation of removal, you will not be eligible to obtain a work permit. We hope that this information helps you better comprehend your case and the bond and 42(b) cancellation of removal process. If you have any questions, please feel free to call us at 602-989-5000
We are dedicated to helping YOU. The first step is to understand your case. We will take the time to get to know you and your legal situation so that we are best able to answer all of your questions. After your initial consultation with our attorneys, you will know what you are facing and what can happen to your case.
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Alcock & Associates P.C.
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Phoenix AZ 85004