Call us now at: 937-684-4USA (4872) Dayton
or 513.292.0612 Cincinnati

Immigration Detention in Dayton and Cincinnati Ohio

Bill Abdallah is your best source of advice on ICE detainers and immigration bail bonds in Dayton and Cincinnati Ohio

Mandatory immigration detention was authorized by federal legislation in 1996 for all undocumented arrivals to the USA, including refugees and asylum seekers.

US Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) or the Department of Homeland Security may issue a document commonly referred to as an "ICE detainer" to a local jail or correctional facility when it is seeking custody of an individual in that facility for purposes of instituting removal proceedings. An ICE detainer can be placed against a client pretrial without legal status because the person generally does not have grounds for remaining in the U.S. regardless of the outcome of the criminal case. A client with legal immigration status is generally not subject to an immigration detainer before the conclusion of the criminal case, unless he or she has prior convictions rendering him or her removable or has been previously ordered removed. ICE Detainers are also lodged against noncitizens serving prison sentences pursuant to conviction.

Generally, an ICE detainer is a request to a local law enforcement agency to detain a named individual for up to 48 hours after that person would otherwise be released. The 48-hour period begins to run when the named individual is no longer subject to detention by the local law enforcement agency-that is, after the individual has posted bond or completed a jail or prison sentence.

Immigration detention can have a significant impact on the lives of those detained, so it's important to seek assistance as quickly as practicable for yourself or your family members facing immigration detention. If you or your loved ones face deportation and removal proceedings, specialist legal representation is the best way to ensure you have a fair hearing where you are represented accurately.

If your friend or loved one has been arrested and detained for immigration reasons, they may eligible for release till the date of their court hearing if they pay an immigration bail bond.

An Immigration Judge may also conduct a bond redetermination hearing if an alien indetention requests that the Immigration Judge lower or eliminate the amount of the bond set by the Department of Homeland Security. These hearings are generally informal and are not a part of the removal proceedings. The decision can be appealed to the Board of Immigration Appeals (BIA).

For non-citizens who are detained pending removal and who wish to apply for asylum in the US, an Immigration Judge may conduct a 'withholding-only hearing' to determine whether they may remain in the country under U.S. law or the U.N. Convention against Torture.

Bill Abdallah can offer you this because of his personal experience as an immigrant who obtained a Green Card and then US Citizenship. His interest in the field, grounded in real-world experience, has been refined through a specialization in immigration law.

Contact now to get the best advice in the Dayton-Cincinnati, Ohio area when it comes to immigration detention, and deportation hearings.

Offering life experience and specialist immigration attorney services to clients throughout the Dayton, Cincinnati and Cleveland Ohio areas and surrounding counties.

Latest NewsWe have just launched the dayton ohio immigration lawyer website. If you need help with immigration or citizenship issues, contact us today. We have the experience and the know how to resolve your issues.
Quick Contact Form
Avvo - Rate your Lawyer. Get Free Legal Advice.
© Bill Abdallah Lawfirm. All rights reserved. | 6834 Loop Road, Suite 200, Centerville, Ohio 45459 | Ph: 937-684-4USA (4872)
Design and Hosting by CreaTech Innovations, LLC.