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The attorneys at Antonini and Cohen have helped many foreign nationals receive grants of Stays of Deportation. Our experienced attorneys will confirm your eligibility and then prepare the application and supporting evidence. Please call us today at 404-523-8141.

If an immigration judge ordered you removed, or granted you voluntary departure, which you overstayed, you may qualify to have your deportation “stayed” (i.e. suspended temporarily) via a Stay of Deportation (“stay”).

What is a stay?

A stay temporarily suspends or postpones deportation. In determining whether to grant a stay, Immigration and Customs Enforcement (“ICE”) will use its discretion. This means an ICE Officer will weigh the positive and negative factors you present in your stay application.

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It is extremely important for foreign nationals in criminal proceedings to seek the advice of an immigration attorney. As illustrated below, in many instances a favorable plea in a criminal case can have disastrous immigration consequences.

It is extremely important for foreign nationals in criminal proceedings to seek the advice of an immigration attorney. As illustrated below, in many instances a favorable plea in a criminal case can have disastrous immigration consequences. 

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When you are going through the process of paying the immigration bond, please be patient. You will likely have to wait several hours for the bond to be processed.

In Part 1 of our series, our Immigration Law Attorney Nicole Babcock explained the process for securing a bond when your loved one is detained by Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE). Here, Nicole discusses what happens after an immigration judge grants bond:

Once a bond amount has been set, you can go to your local ICE office and pay the bond as long as you have legal immigration status.

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Contact Antonini and Cohen if you need assistance in obtaining an Immigration bond

Part 1 – The Bond Process

If a loved one is detained by Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE), the ICE officer responsible for the case will:

  1. Grant a bond for a certain amount – your friend or family member will be released upon payment of the bond amount;
  2. Grant release without requiring payment of a bond; or
  3. Deny bond altogether.

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