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Expert Detention & Bond Hearing Lawyers in Phoenix, Arizona

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Our  Immigration Attorneys Are Here for You

At Diamondback Legal, we know how scary and devastating it is to be detained and placed in a detention center by U.S. Immigration Customs Enforcement (ICE). If this has happened to you or a loved one, you may be feeling alone and overwhelmed. You are not alone in this. We are here to help by fighting aggressively to reunite our clients with their families. Our Phoenix bond hearings lawyers can help you determine your eligibility to be released on an immigration bond, and we will be by your side throughout the hearing process.

Get Knowledgeable Counsel for Your ICE Detention Case

Certain requirements must be met for you to be released on an immigration bond. Count on our legal team to build a case that the mandatory detention provisions of section 236(c) for crimes relating to moral turpitude, controlled substances, or aggravated felonies are irrelevant to your situation.

Contact our Phoenix immigration bond hearing attorney today to set up your initial consultation.

We Are Trained To Handle Detention And Bond Requests

Our law firm has represented numerous clients before the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) and immigration judges in bond hearings following detention. We not only represent clients at immigration hearings but also advise them of their rights, communicate with them and their families, and collaborate with criminal defense attorneys. Understanding the procedure alone can often alleviate many worries.

Our detention and bond hearing lawyers near you have years of experience representing non-U.S. citizens and Green Card holders in a variety of legal matters, including:

  • Inadmissibility issues
  • Unauthorized entry into the United States
  • Traffic infractions
  • Misdemeanor convictions
  • Visa status violations
  • Felony convictions

We Can Help You Get Bond Eligibility

If you are an immigrant and have been detained, you may be able to seek an immigration bond. An immigration bond allows you to continue your immigration case without being held in an ICE detention center. During your bond hearing, the Immigration Court will determine your eligibility and your bond amount.

Every case is unique, and therefore, it is vital that you work with an experienced attorney who can help you prepare for your hearing.

Getting You Home To Your Loved Ones Is Our Top Priority

We prioritize securing our clients’ bond releases before they are taken to a detention facility. Meanwhile, our legal team handles the underlying offense, which is especially important when it involves an aggravated felony or other deportable offense.

If we are successful in having the immigration violation or criminal charges against you reduced or dropped, we will file a petition to have your removal from the country canceled.

When a client has been processed and given a deportation order, our attorneys can also handle an immigration appeal on their behalf.

Call Now For a FREE Consultation

The first step in defending your rights is understanding what those rights are. To get started, you can schedule a free consultation with one of our detention and bond hearing attorneys, and they will be able to tell you right away if you are eligible for a bond hearing. A member of our firm will gladly meet with you at no cost to explore your legal options.

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Start your case today.

Whether you need representation for an Immigration or Family Law matter our assertive-yet-compassionate Phoenix Attorneys can help. At Diamondback Legal, we take pride in our dedication to each of our clients. We are available to take your calls 24/7, and we will even travel to you if necessary. Regardless of your legal matter, chances are it is stressful and leaving you with many unanswered questions. Know that you do not have to go through any legal process alone.

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