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A bond for detained foreign nationals is an amount set by Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE), or an immigration judge, which secures the release of the detainee under the agreement that, once out of detention, the bonded individual will attend all immigration court hearings.

How Immigration Bonds Work

Immigration bonds secure the release of detainees under an agreement that the individual will attend all immigration court hearings.

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