If you had an ICE hold when you posted bond on your criminal case, you will be released to ICE. ICE will then process you for removal or deportation. The county sheriff will not release you after 48 hours. Some detainees get a bond from ICE so they can finish the criminal case. The major issues are your criminal record, how long have you lived in the USA and what was your age upon arrival. Also, if you have been previously deported, you have a poor chance of being released on an ICE bond. Upon a request from your attorney, the prosecutor can writ you back to county court (from /ICE custody) to finish your case. An experienced attorney can expedite these arrangements for you and save you time waiting for your next hearing date. If you need more information please call our office toll free at 866-979-1529. Hablo Espanol. Good luck with your case.
No such luck.
There is usually no need to pay for a bond on a criminal case if you have an ICE hold as you will be release TO ICE custody.
The only situation is if you can show ICE proof of your legal immigration status in the US ICE will release you.
Contact and work with an immigration lawyer to expedite your case and to fully explain the process so you can appreciate the proceedings involved.