When people are sent to immigration detention centers, their foremost concern is how to get home. The same is true for the loved ones of the detained party. The Department of Homeland Security's Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) component can arrest and detain any non-U.S. citizen through the use of a proper warrant. Although detainees can be held until a decision is reached regarding removal, they can request a bond hearing for release.
In order to reach success in these immigration detention bond hearings, a skilled lawyer is extremely important.
Tennessee Bail Hearings Attorney
Our team is prepared to take the experience we have honed in more than 20 years of practice to do everything to get you released on bond if you have been detained. We will argue based on all possible details including:
- Family ties in the country
- Criminal record
- Employment status
- Available finances
- Community involvement
- Method of entering the United States
- Eligibility for relief from deportation
We will do everything to demonstrate you or your loved ones' strength of moral character. Another strategy is to determine whether or not you will be granted bond with or without an attorney. If we believe that it will be a strategic strength to advise you in the proceeding without accompanying you, we will fully equip you to make the strongest arguments on your behalf that stand the greatest chance of success.
Regardless of the issues you face, we encourage you to get in touch as soon as possible.
To schedule an initial consultation with a Memphis Immigration attorney, call (901) 692-5732 or with a New York City Immigration Attorney, call (646) 380-0474 or contact Witty Law Group, PLLC.