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Experienced Legal Assistance for Detainees

If you or a family member has been detained by the INS (Immigration and Naturalization Service), now operating under Homeland Security, you could remain in a detention facility for months. This detention will continue until you are brought before an immigration judge who will review your case for deportation. Under these circumstances, you may be eligible for release from the detention facility if you post a bond.


At US Legal Group, APC, we our immigration  lawyers in Orange have helped countless individuals post bonds for their release through an ICE officer or an immigration judge. Our firm is completely familiar with the process and can walk you through it so that you can await your immigration hearing in the comfort of your home with family and friends. Our firm is dedicated to the ethical practice of immigration law and to helping individuals such as yourself find release as soon as possible.

Reach out to US Legal Group, APC at (714) 921-5226 to discuss your case with an immigration bond lawyer in Orange. We serve clients in Los Angeles and Orange counties. Call for a free 30-min. consultation!

Who Is Allowed to Post Bond?

Posting bond involves putting up money to show your good faith in returning for your deportation hearing. If you fail to return for your hearing, you will lose the money. An immigration official will review your case to determine if you are eligible to post bond for your release.


When determining your eligibility for bond, officials consider:

  • Whether you are considered a flight risk

  • Whether you have family ties in the U.S.

  • Your criminal history, if any

  • Your employment history

  • How long you have resided in this country

  • Your moral character

  • Your financial resources or situation

  • Whether you own any real estate in the U.S.


If you have committed certain crimes, such as violent crimes or crimes of moral turpitude, you will likely not be eligible for a bond.

To learn more, contact our Orange immigration bond lawyers at (714) 921-5226.