Immigration Bond Lawyer

Immigration Bond: our Baton Rouge based lawyers fight to get your loved one out of jail after an ICE arrest

With extensive experience with deportation defense, Baton Rouge immigration lawyer Rusty Messer and his team are on call and ready to help families and friends of anyone who has been arrested and detained by the U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS) or U.S. Customs and Immigration Enforcement (ICE), U.S. Customs and Border Patrol (CBP) or other immigration authorities.

Many detainees have a right to an immigration bond hearing

Deportation defense attorney Rusty Messer files motions for immigration bonds for detained clients across the United States and frequently appears in Immigration Court in Louisiana and Texas.  Although no attorney can guarantee with certainty that a particular individual will be release on an immigration bond, Attorney Messer is committed to filing the strongest immigration bond motion possible for his detained immigration clients.  The key to success is the preparation of well-documented and compelling bond motions and supporting evidence.

In determining whether to release an immigration detainee from custody, and the amount of an immigration bond, an Immigration Judge usually looks at these factors:

  • Whether you pose a “danger to the community”
  • Your “flight risk”, i.e., whether you will return to Immigration Court
  • Your family ties in the United States
  • Your criminal history
  • Your employment
  • Your financial ability to pay an immigration bond
  • Your participation in community organizations
  • How you entered the United States and other aspects of your immigration history
  • Your eligibility for a green card or other relief from removal or deportation in Immigration Court

As your immigration bond hearing lawyer, Attorney Messer, who is experienced in deportation defense, will gather and present evidence on your behalf to address these immigration factors.  However, at your immigration bond hearing, the Department of Homeland Security may present evidence to allege that you are dangerous, a “flight risk” or for other reasons, do not deserve an immigration bond.  This is why it’s so important to have a qualified and experienced deportation defense attorney on your side at the bond hearing.

Big River Trial Attorneys is ready to fight for your detained friend or family member

Attorney Messer and his team regularly visit people detained in jails in the Baton Rouge area before they go to immigration custody, and regularly visits people at immigration detention throughout Louisiana.  He also appears in Immigration Courts throughout Louisiana and fights to get his clients release from custody with an immigration bond.  If Immigration and Customs Enforcement, ICE, detained your friend or family member in Louisiana, Mississippi, Arkansas, or Tennessee, it is likely that he or she is being held at one of these facilities:

LaSalle ICE Processing Center
830 Pine Hill Road
Jena, LA, 71342
(318) 992-7800

Pine Prairie ICE Processing Center
1133 Hampton Dupre Road
Pine Prairie, LA, 70576
(337) 599-2198

Bossier Parish Medium Security Facility
2984 Old Plain Dealing Road
Plain Dealing, LA, 71064
(318) 326-5927

Natchitoches Parish Detention Center
299 Edwina Drive
Natchitoches, LA, 71457
(318) 335-7500

River Correctional Center
26362 Highway 15
Ferriday, LA, 71334
(318) 757-0622

Jackson Parish Correctional Center
287 Industrial Drive
Jonesboro, LA, 71251
(318) 259-4742

South Louisiana ICE Processing Center
3843 Stagg Ave.
Basile, LA, 70515
(318) 668-5900

Where do I pay an immigration bond?

Bonds for aliens detained by ICE may be posted at ICE ERO bond acceptance offices nationwide, Monday through Friday (except public holidays) between the hours of 9 a.m. and 3 p.m.  Acceptable forms of payment to post a bond are money orders, cashier’s checks or certified checks.  For all bonds $10,000 and over, the only accepted method of payment is a single cashier or certified check.  Payments must be made payable to “U.S. Department of Homeland Security” or “Immigration and Customs Enforcement.”

The ICE ERO acceptance facilities in Louisiana are located at:

1010 East Whatley Road
Oakdale, LA 71463
(318) 335-7500
1250 Poydras Street
New Orleans, LA 70113
(504) 599-7800

For a list of ICE ERO facilities nationwide click here

Call the Law Offices of Big River Trial Attorneys at (225) 963-9638

The immigration lawyers at the Law Offices of Big River Trial Attorneys understand the stress associated with the detention of a family member or friend and use their familiarity with the bond process to make the immigration bond hearing and subsequent posting of the immigration bond go as quickly and smoothly as possible.

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