Immigration law has constant modifications, exceptions and different applications for each case. With the advice of a qualified attorney, you will be prepared for any problem that may happen and that, due to misinformation, could become a reason for rejection or even denial.
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Detained by ICE
To review the details of your case contact our team of Miami immigration attorneys who will be able to evaluate and provide possible options in each ICE detainee case. We have extensive experience in deportation defense and Immigration Bonds.
The immigration attorneys at Duque, Kelley and Associates have over ten years of experience representing immigration detainees throughout the United States. We defend your rights before an Immigration Court, we request a bond to get you out of prison, and we fight to allow your family member or friend to stay in the United States.
Legal Representation and Defense before Immigration Courts (Miami, Krome, BTC, Glades)
When a person is placed in deportation proceedings before an Immigration Judge, a series of questions arise about the procedure to follow, the rights of the defendant, and the alternatives to the case. It is very important to seek the advice and legal representation of an immigration attorney from the beginning of the deportation process to enforce the rights of the defendant before the Immigration Court.
Immigration Attorneys Duque, Kelley and Associates
The immigration attorneys at Duque, Kelley and Associates have extensive experience representing people who have been placed in deportation proceedings. Our attorneys are registered to represent immigrants in deportation proceedings before the U.S. Immigration Courts and the Board of Immigration Appeals. They have represented hundreds of people in a wide variety of immigration cases. They can file bond applications for immigration detainees, seek to overturn deportation charges before the Immigration Court, file applications for cancellation of removal (10-year law), asylum, and waivers before the Immigration Courts, among others.
1.ICE DETAINEE LOCATION
There is no list of immigration detainees, but with certain information we can search in the ICE database to confirm whether the person is detained and, if so, where they are.
To make the consultation, you must have some information about the detainee:
- Full name
- Date of birth.
- And if possible, if available:
- Alien Number.
- Country of birth
- Online Detainee Locator System
2. LOOKING FOR IMMIGRATION ATTORNEY REPRESENTATION FOR A DETAINEE
If your family member or friend has been detained by ICE, it is essential to act quickly. The detained person needs an attorney to protect his or her rights before immigration authorities and to try to get his or her release on bond as soon as possible, by asking the deportation officer or the Immigration Judge for this bond.
The immigration authorities will not provide an immigration attorney to the detainee. The best option is to hire a private immigration attorney to represent you and enforce your rights.
If your detained relative or friend is in the following detention centers, please contact us at 1-844-660-7105 in the United States.
- Broward Transitional Center (Pompano, Florida)
- Glades Detention Facility (Moore Haven, Florida)
- Krome Service Processing Center (Miami, Florida)
- Monroe County Jail (Key West, Florida)Si su familiar o amigo está detenido por Inmigración (Immigration and Customs Enforcement), es indispensable actuar rápidamente.
3. DO NOT SAY ANYTHING OR SIGN ANYTHING WITHOUT FIRST CONSULTING AN ATTORNEY
Immigration detainees have the right to remain silent. Do not provide any information about your immigration status, where you were born, or how/when you came to the United States.
You also have the right to speak to an attorney. Even if the person is being pressured to sign documents, they should not do so until they know all the options available to them from the immigration attorney.
It is very important to seek legal advice and representation of an immigration attorney from the beginning of the deportation process to enforce the rights of the defendant before the Immigration Court.
4. BEING RELEASED ON BOND
If the detainee is considered eligible, he or she may have the possibility of being released on bond.
Call us at 1-844-660-7105 in the United States to evaluate your case. It is very important to seek the legal advice and representation of an immigration attorney from the beginning of the deportation process to enforce the defendant’s rights before the Immigration Court.
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