Experienced Representation At Bond Hearings

We know how frustrating and scary it can be not knowing where your family member is and not being able to speak with him or her. That is why we will act quickly to locate and visit your loved one and get news back to you. Our attorneys can be there for you and your loved one. We help clients stay connected to their families.

The success of a bond hearing depends on many things. Our experienced staff will help you collect the information and documents that make a bond hearing successful and result in a reasonable bond.

Located Close To Two Detention Centers

La Paglia Law is in Eloy, Arizona, right near the detention center. We are also close to the Florence, Arizona, detention center. If you are not in Arizona, you may want us to visit your loved one for you. We can try to visit the detained person within 24 to 48 hours. Usually, we are able to visit by the next day. Call us at 520-413-9876 to discuss your case.

The Questions We Hear Most Often

Having a family member detained can be stressful and difficult. We know you are anxious for answers. In fact, there are two questions we hear more often than any others:

  1. How long will this take?
  2. What is the cost of a bond?

We can guide you through the bond hearing process and get your questions answered.

Treating Clients Like Family

We provide transportation to and from the airport. We have even taken clients shopping for clothes and other necessities. We can get money to detained loved ones by depositing funds in their commissary account at the detention center. When you work with us, we treat you like family.

How Do Bonds Work?

When someone is in immigration detention, a bond or amount of money gets placed on their case. This amount of money can be paid to obtain a bond release and get the person out of the detention center.

Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) has gotten very strict in Arizona since Bill 1070 passed in 2010. People with immigration violations face deportation, so these situations are very serious. We have experience working with officials at ICE. We can explain different ways to leverage your money and your assets that could pay for the bond.

Paying the bond will allow you to spend time with your loved one after the bond hearing, while the rest of his or her immigration case is still pending. Sometimes a case is unfinished for a year or two, during which time a bond allows your loved one to be with you. After the entire case is complete, if no hearings are missed, the bond money will be returned to you.

Take Action On Your Bond Hearing Today

To speak with an immigration lawyer about your case, call us at 520-413-9876, or email us to get started.