Deportation Defense

My loved one is detained. Now what?

 

The Northwest Detention Center, located at 1623 E J St., Tacoma WA, 98421, is a private immigration prison located on the tide flats of the Port of Tacoma in Tacoma, Washington, USA. The prison is operated by the GEO Group on behalf of the U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement. Opened in 2004, the NWDC is a privately owned and operated by the GEO Group on behalf of U.S. immigration and Customs Enforcement. The NWDC's current capacity is 1575, making it one of the largest immigration prisons  in the United States..

 Northwest Detention Center, Tacoma WA

Northwest Detention Center, Tacoma WA

Consultations

We can usually visit a person who is detained within 24 hours of your contacting our office. We will need their name and "A Number." An A number is an 8-9 digit number, beginning with the letter "A,"  that has been assigned to the detainee. This number will be on the detainee's bracelet given to them at intake. We charge $200 for the time it takes to meet with the detainee, review their case, and discuss possible strategies and outcomes.

 Immigration Bond Hearings at the NWDC

Immigration Bond Hearings at the NWDC

bond hearings

A foreign national may be kept in custody, released on bond for a minimum of $1500, or released on conditional parole into the community. Immigration Bond is set by an immigration judge at the Tacoma Detention Center. The amount is based on whether the immigration judge believes the detainee will appear for court (if he or she is released) and whether the detainee poses a danger to the community. Immigration bond amounts increase based on the immigration judge's determination of a detainee's flight risk and danger to the community. 

Our immigration attorney has been doing immigration bond hearings at the Tacoma Detention Center for years and will work with you to secure the lowest immigration bond possible!

 Deportation Defense

Deportation Defense

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Removal defense involves representing and advocating for immigrants facing deportation from the United States. For many immigrants facing removal from the United States, the process involves appearing before an immigration judge in immigration court. Most immigrants cannot afford to have an attorney represent them in court. Sadly, legal representation is the single most important factor in determining whether someone will win or lose their case.

Our immigration attorney has almost 10 years of experience representing clients in removal proceedings. They will meet with the person facing deportation, review their case, and discuss strategies and outcomes. We do not like to give bad news, but if the client does not have a case to remain in the United States, we will tell you. If the client is eligible for bond or to stay in the United States, we will work with you to build the strongest case possible. We promise to keep you updated and informed every step of the way.