What is an immigration bond? WHAT IS A BOND? The bond is what immigration asks for as a guarantee that you will attend all of your hearings. You are promising that, if they release you from detention, you will go to all your court hearings and do what the judge orders you to do—even if that includes being deported.
What are the conditions of an immigration bond? In order to be eligible for an immigration bond, an individual must meet the following criteria: You cannot have committed or been convicted of a certain type of serious crime. You must not be an arriving alien, or a person who is applying for admission at a port of entry.
What happens after immigration bond? After an immigration bond is paid and posted, you are released from ICE custody on the understanding that you must show up for all of your immigration hearings. This does not guarantee absolute freedom. Your case is not over, and your bond is only good as long as you continue to attend hearings while out of detention.
Who is not eligible for immigration bond? If you had convictions that can be considered moral turpitude, you will not be eligible for an immigration bond. 3. You have one or more conviction charges of drug possession or an offense relating to firearms.