Form 1-352 of the Immigration and Customs Enforcement Service (ICE) is a federal bond or guarantee for people detained for an immigration case, which allows the detainee to be released, however, he must obey the final decision of his case .
The Immigration bail bond, allow people detained by ICE who meet certain requirements and who cover the cost of the bond, to continue their process at liberty through a promise to the Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS). The condition is that you must obey the judgment of the judge at the immigration hearing.
In addition, an immigration bond does not mean that the affected person should not attend immigration trials, on the contrary. Having a bond only means that he can continue that process without being detained and if he does not attend each of the hearings he could lose the benefits of the bond and be deported.
There are four types of immigration bonds:
- G (1): Delivery bond: This guarantees that a person will comply with the deportation order at the end of the process.
- G (2) Public Safety Bond: Which guarantees that the foreigner will not become a public charge.
- G (3) Voluntary departure bond: Through this bond, as its name says, the person grants voluntary departure from the country, guaranteeing the conditions established by the court order.
- G (4) Supervisory bond order: This bond guarantees that the subject meets all the conditions of his supervision and surrenders for deportation.
To pay an immigration bond it is necessary to contact an expert company in the matter, since USCIS or ICE will be in charge of approving them.