Send the judge’s decision that the case has been closed to the ICE office where the bond was paid.
2. ICE should then send Form I-391 to the person who paid the bond at the address he/she wrote on the bond contract. This may take a few months. (Sometimes the paperwork can get lost. If the I-391 does not come in a few months, you can contact ICE.)
3. When Form I-391 arrives, the person who paid the bond sends
1) Form I-391, AND
2) Form I-305, the original bond receipt, AND
3) Form I-352, the original bond contract to:
Debt Management Center
Attention: Bond Unit
P.O. Box 5000
Williston, VT 05495-5000
Phone: (802) 288-7600
Fax: (802) 288-1226
4. It can take a few more months to get the money back after they send these forms to Vermont
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Call the ICE office. The phone number for your local office should be at www.ice.gov
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