Detained by ICE

The Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) has the authority to arrest and detain non-
U.S. citizens for multiple reasons including if they are present in the country without legal
status or because of a criminal history. Once detained, individuals are often placed in removal
proceedings before the Immigration Court.

The Law Offices of Lizette M. Sierra, P.A. is experienced with requesting release for clients
through bond motions before the Immigration Courts and detention facilities throughout the
country. If your family member or a loved one is detained, please contact us immediately so we
can analyze their case and determine the best course of action.

Once an individual is released from immigration custody on bond, they are still in removal
proceedings. However, once released from custody, an individual is able to litigate their
removal case in a non-detained setting and more effectively work on their deportation defense
directly with us as opposed to relying on the assistance of family and friends.

If, however, the Immigration Judge determines that a non-U.S. citizen is not eligible for release
on bond, they are still eligible to litigate their immigration case while detained. Our office is
experienced in defending individuals while detained from removal by the filing of various
applications of relief, such as an adjustment of status, cancellation of removal, asylum,
withholding of removal, and waivers, among others. Under certain circumstances, we may even
be able to obtain release from custody under an Order of Supervision directly from ICE for
those people with final orders of deportation.

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