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Oakland ICE Detention Lawyers

Creative, Compassionate, & Insightful Legal Counsel

At Landerholm Immigration, A.P.C., we proudly use our firm’s extensive legal resources and considerable experience to assist and represent immigrants who have been arrested and detained by Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE). Immigrants are often detained by ICE after they are arrested by local or state law enforcement and are held until the immigration courts process their case. If you or a loved one is currently being held in ICE detention, please don’t hesitate to get in touch with our reputable legal team so we can guide you through every aspect of the legal process and fight to protect your rights under the law.

How Do I Locate an ICE Detainee?

You can locate a person who has been detained by using the ICE online detainee locator. You will need to enter the detainee’s Alien Registration Number (ARN) and their country of birth. The 8-9 digit ARN is listed on all official immigration communications and is issued during the removal proceeding. You will need to add a 0 in front of the number if it is 8 digits for the system to recognize your search.

If you do not know the detainee’s ARN, you can also search for them using their first and last name, however, the name must be spelled exactly as it appears in official immigration communications for the search to generate the right result. This option will also require you to know the detainee’s country of birth.

If your search produces a “Not in Custody” result, then it means the person you are looking for has already been deported or released. It is also important to note that detainees under the age of 18 can’t be searched for via ICE’s online detainee locater system.

Our Compassionate Legal Advocates Vigorously Pursue Justice

Immigrants detained by ICE have the right to a bond hearing where an immigration judge determines whether they should be granted release. The judge also sets the bond amount that must be paid before the detainee can be released from ICE custody.

An immigration bond guarantees the detained individual’s appearances at future immigration court hearings. The decision to grant a bond is based on whether the detainee is likely to be a flight risk and if they would pose a threat to the community.

If you or a loved one have been detained by ICE, or if release is not an option for you, then please call Landerholm Immigration, A.P.C at (510) 756-4468, or contact us online to request a free case evaluation. We are here to put our skills and experience to work for you.

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