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Non-Citizen Bail Bonds

Posted on Jan 5th, 2022 by developer 5 Views

Bail bond services that are based in California do not usually require a US Citizen to sign the documentation and no social security number is required either. The process is very simple and the only thing that you do need is someone who is able to pay the full premium. Most of the time this stands at 10%, and it is only a one-time fee. If you want to make sure that you get the best result out of the bail process, then our team can help. Most of the time we can give you approval online or we can do it over the phone. Either way, you can count on us to give you the result you need. If you want to find out more about non-citizen bail bonds, or how we can help you, then take a look below.

Types of Non-Citizen Bonds and Immigrant Bonds

If you are a non-citizen or if you are an immigrant and or an illegal alien in custody, then you do have a couple of options when it comes to your bond. To start with, you have a delivery bond, which is explained below. You also have the departure bond, but this option is not as popular with immigrants as it requires you to leave the country.

Delivery Bond

An immigrant who has been detained may be eligible for a delivery bond. This will be set by the immigration judge. The detainee has to receive a warrant for their arrest as well as a notice of custody condition from ICE. Only then can they be released via a delivery bond. The idea of a delivery bond is that it guarantees that the detainee is going to show up to all of the hearings. It also allows them to spend time with their family while also being able to consult with a lawyer prior to the hearing.

Voluntary Departure Bond

Another option would be a voluntary departure bond. Detainees can be given the option to leave the country at their own expense in a specific time period. The departure bond is refundable but only when they have left the country. If the person fails to leave then the amount will be retained. Note that this is only for immigrants or illegal aliens who have been detained by ICE.

How do Bail Bonds Work?

So, how do bail bonds work? In simple terms, a judge will first set the amount to be paid. If a defendant cannot pay the amount, then they can choose to seek help from a bail bondsman. They will then provide a bail bond. If you want to post a bail bond, you will need to pay the bondsman a fee, which is usually 10% of the total bail amount. The bondsman will then secure the rest, sometimes in the form of collateral, If the defendant doesn’t have enough, then the bondsman may instead choose to seek out family, or friends who can assist. Other times, a cash payment plus collateral is required in order to get the bond posted, depending on the circumstances.

What Happens Next?

If the defendant does not appear in court, then the bail bond will then be forfeited. The court requires the rest of the bail to be posted, which will be 90%. The bondsman will use the collateral of the defendant, whether it is a house, jewelry or even stocks to pay for the remaining amount. If the defendant does show for court, then when the case is concluded, the bond will be dissolved. The collateral will be returned to whoever posted it and the 10% paid to the bondsman will be kept as a fee.

An example of how bail bonds work is as follows:

John is arrested. The court sets John’s bail at $20,000. John wants to get out of jail as soon as possible but doesn’t have $20,000 in cash. He then chooses to seek help from a service. The bondsman requires $2,000 to post the bail, and John is released. The bondsman secures the remaining $18,000 from John, or John’s family and friends. This could be in the form of jewelry, a car or even a house. If John shows up to all of the required court dates and if he fulfils his end of the deal, then the bondsman will not require any more money. The bail bond is dissolved when the case is concluded. John gets his collateral worth $18,000 refunded, but he doesn’t get the initial fee of $2,000 returned. The bail bondsman would keep this as profit. If John decided to skip his court date, then the bondsman would have to pay the court $18,000, using collateral to fulfil the debt.

If John did manage to raise the $20,000 in cash, then he would then be entitled to a refund, when the case is concluded. This would happen regardless of the outcome. If John had someone co-sign his bond for him because he did not have enough collateral or because he did not manage to acquire the money, then the person who co-signed would be the ones to lose their collateral.

Non-Citizen Bail Bonds from Mr. Nice Guy Bail Bonds

If you know that you need to try and get a non-citizen bail bond, then our team are here to help. We know how important it is for you to feel confident about your bail and that you also need to get the situation resolved in the shortest possible time. That is why when you call our team at 844-400-2245, you know that we will do everything we can to get your bail bond organized in the shortest possible time. In most cases, we can do this over the phone. When you come to us, you will not need to have a US citizen sign and you will also not need to worry about having a social security number in order to qualify. The only thing that you need is for someone to pay the 10%.

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Jesse Black is a licensed Bail Bond Agent for Mr. Nice Guy Bail Bonds with over 7 years’ experience working in all aspects of the bail bonds industry. He holds both a Bachelors and Masters of Arts in Sociology from California State University. Alongside his role in the bail bonds industry he continues to hold a formal role in professional education and is a content contributor for several bail bonds companies.   

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For faster service please call: 844-400-2245 24 hours a day, seven days a week if you or a loved one has been arrested and need to be bailed out quickly and confidentially. Or if you simply have questions regarding bail, an arrest, or inmate information please do not hesitate to call or fill out our contact us form. We are available 24/7 for all of your bail needs.