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Immigration Detention & Bonds

At Robert Brown LLC, we understand that being taken into custody by immigration enforcement is one of the most frightful and frustrating experiences you could face. If you are dealing with detention by Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE), then you will need an immigration attorney to help you solve the situation and obtain bonds.

At Robert Brown LLC, we have a tough team of deportation defense lawyers who are prepared to represent your case and fight for your rights. Founding Attorney Robert Brown has earned a reputation for his experience and dedication to immigration cases. Rather than feeling as if you must give up, you should obtain the help of our team of attorneys who are prepared to represent you and defend your rights.

What is detention?

If you are suspected of a visa violation, illegal entry into the country, or unauthorized entry, then you could face immigration detention until a final decision is made concerning your case. This is a holding stage for anyone who is facing the possibility of removal from the United States. Attorneys Robert Brown, Rishi Oza, Erin Brown, and Aleksandar Cuic can investigate your situation by reviewing your detention case. In order to make sure that you are not deported from the country or receive a criminal charge, it is important to get the legal assistance you need right away.

Immigration Bonds

If you have been taken to a detention center, one of our attorneys from Robert Brown LLC can help you determine if you qualify for a bond. A bond is a deposit of money that is needed by the Department of Homeland Security. This bond has the ability to release an immigrant from custody. The deposit can be made by a family member, who can be given back the money at the end of the case if the immigrant who has been detained shows up at each removal hearing. If the immigrant does not arrive at each hearing, then the money is taken by the government. These are situations that can lead to negative consequences if handled incorrectly.

Contact one of our attorneys from Robert Brown LLC today for assistance with your detention and bonds case!

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