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Payam Yazdani, Attorney at Law

Immigration Lawyer Columbus Ohio

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Bond Hearings
 

 

At times, Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) officers decide to detain aliens and deny bond. Removal proceedings can often take months or years, and if an alien is denied bond, the alien will be in custody during he entirety of the proceedings. However, many such aliens can be found eligible for release by an immigration judge if a proper request is made.

 

When an alien is detained and denied bond by ICE officers, the alien's attorney can file a motion and request a bond redetermination hearing before an immigration Judge. At the bond hearing, the attorney will seek to establish that the alien is not a flight risk, and not dangerous, and is able to post bond if one is set. Documentation and supporting evidence may be critical in establishing eligibility. Note that some criminal aliens are statutory ineligible for bond.

 

Payam Yazdani and attorneys at Bloomfield & Kempf, LLP have handled many bond hearings. If your family member is detained, call us at 614-592-7827 for a bond hearing evaluation.

 

 

 

 

Getting Released from the Custody of ICE
 

 

As discussed, an immigration attorney is able to request a bond redetermination hearing and seek to establish that the alien is eligible for release after posting a bond. The amount of bond is determined by the immigration Judge. In Ohio, the immigration Court is located in Cleveland.

 

An immigration attorney may be able to discuss the case with the ICE officer and convince the officer that the alien is eligible for bond. This would save time and fees, and would allow for a more speedy release.

 

Call us today at 614-592-7827 if you have questions regarding bond and release from the custody of ICE.

 

  Payam Yazdani

 

Payam Yazdani, Esq.

175 South Third Street, Suite 1010

Columbus, Ohio 43201

Phone: (614) 961-4414

Fax:     (614) 961-4415

Payam@YazdaniLawFirm.com.com  

 
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Ohio Immigration Lawyer Payam Yazdani

Past Of Counsel at Columbus Immigration Law Firm Bloomfield & Kempf, LLP

Located in Columbus Ohio and representing clients nationwide including Ohio cities such as Columbus, Cleveland, Cincinnati, Dayton, Akron, Toledo, Canton, Dublin, Powell, Hilliard, Westerville, Lewis Center, Gahanna, Grove City, Reynoldsburg, Whitehall, Bexley, and Upper Arlington, and counties such as Franklin County, Delaware County, Cuyahoga County, Hamilton County, and other neighboring Ohio, Michigan, Indiana, Kentucky, West Virginia, and Pennsylvania counties.    Providing immigration services including filing for greencards or permanent residency, citizenship, asylum, work visas, investment visas, student visas, fianc´┐Ż visas, National Visa Center visa processing, appeals, and court representation in deportation & removal proceedings before the Cleveland Immigration Court. Immigration attorneys at our office in Columbus Ohio are experienced in all areas of immigration law.

Contact our office to consult with an immigration lawyer in Columbus Ohio.

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