Video: What is a Federal Immigration Bond
How Federal Immigration Bonds Work
What is a federal immigration bond? An immigration bond is a type of surety bond known as a federal civil bond used to release a person in the custody of Homeland Security that was was living unlawfully within the United States. An immigration bond known as ICE Form I-352, has three distinct types. First is an Immigration Delivery Bond, Second is a Public Safety Bond and third is a Voluntary Departure Bond. Immigration bond fees are typically 15% but could also include office fees, incurred travel costs and other associated bail bond fees.
If someone you know is in a Federal Detention Center you can locate them using this Immigration Detainee Locator