I DON'T HAVE THAT TYPE OF MONEY IN MY HANDS IS THERE ANY OTHER WAY THAT I CAN HELP HIM I TRY TO GET SOMEONE TO CO-SIGN FOR ME SO I CAN GET A LOAN WITH THE BANK BUT EVERYONE KEEPS SAYING NO.. CAN I GET HIM RELEASE ANY OTHER WAY???
You will need an asset like a home to place as collateral to pay a bond less than face value with a bond agency. You can also hire a competent immigration attorney to attempt to lower the bond, if possible.
I strongly recommend an appointment with a competent and experienced immigration attorney before you further complicate matters. Good luck.
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There are bond companies out there which ask for a deposit, which they later keep. They migjt be sharks
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Try and consult with a local Bail Bondsman. These companies typically charge a premium of 10% to make payment of the bond more manageable. Also, if your husband has not yet done so, he may seek a reduction in the bond set by the USICE from an immigration judge.
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My colleagues are correct ... you need to find a bond company.
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As my colleagues indicated, you need the bond and a lawyer.
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It is possible to request that the Judge reconsider the bond amount - with evidence of good moral character and things such as family, assets, and employment, the Judge is more likely to reduce the bond amount to something more reasonable.
You may also contact bond companies, who will require you to pay 10-20% of the total bond amount while providing collateral or credit in the event the Respondent does not appear at the hearing.
You may want to consider consulting with an attorney to help with the bond redetermination request - happy to speak with you for a free, 15-20 minute telephone consultation at 615-379-VISA (8472).
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Although I agree you need an attorney please realize that in Texas you may not use your only home as collateral. Moreover. Bonding your husband out without investing in an attorney to prevent removal is in my opinion unwise.
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Hire a lawyer to request a bond redetermination to try to lower the bond amount. Good luck.
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