Bond Hearings and Release From Detention
An Experienced Immigration Attorney is on your Side

It can be frightening when you or a family member is sent to an immigration detention center. Your main goal in such a circumstance is reuniting with your family. We share your goal of safely reuniting your family.

With the proper warrant, any non-U.S. citizen can be arrested and detained by Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE), a division of the Department of Homeland Security (DHS). Detainees can be held until DHS reaches a decision regarding the removal of that individual. However, detainees have the right to request a bond hearing. Many times, detainees are released on bond if they can demonstrate:

Community involvement and volunteerism
Documentation of the method used to enter the United States
Eligibility for relief from deportation
Family ties in the United States
Good moral character

A qualified and experienced immigration attorney can increase your chances of success when petitioning for a bond hearing. Our firm’s practice is focused exclusively on immigrants and immigration issues. We know what information will maximize the chances of release from detention. Even if you feel hopeless, we may be able to help. We believe that no problem is unsolvable.
A Deportation Defense Strategy Tailored to Your Circumstances

Many of the immigrants we serve live in Arizona and California. However, there are large immigrant detention centers in Eloy, Arizona, and Florence, Arizona. Immigrants from all over the country are moved here for detainment. We have considerable experience helping people who have been brought to these centers from all over the country.

Dealing with the Department of Homeland Security can be intimidating and frustrating, especially if you have been removed from your home community and are disoriented and unfamiliar with your surroundings. Because she is an immigrant herself, Ms. McLean can relate to your situation. Because she is an attorney, she is familiar with the technical and legal aspects of the immigration process. Her goal is first to reunite you with your family and then to create a deportation defense strategy that is tailored to your circumstances.

We believe in working closely with our clients and their loved ones to attain the best possible outcome. If you or someone you love has been moved to one of the large detention centers in Eloy or Florence, don’t wait. Contact our office as soon as possible. Your initial consultation is free. We speak Spanish and Russian and are prepared to move quickly on your case so you can reunite with your family as soon as possible.