Many people held in immigration detention are eligible for release on bond, but are not able to win release because they are not represented by counsel. These training and resource materials will walk will you through how to handle a bond hearing for someone held in immigration detention. The resources include recorded webinars, practice advisories, and template bond motions and other filings.

Getting Started: Overview of Bond

These materials provide an introduction to release from immigration detention on bond: who is eligible for bond, how to request a bond hearing, and what happens during bond hearings.

Remote Bond Representation

This course will prepare attorneys to provide remote representation to detained non-citizens in their bond hearings. Note that it will also be useful for attorneys doing in person representation. 

Preparing Bond Submission

As you prepare your client’s bond submission packet, the templates and samples on this page will provide a useful guide. 

Bond Hearing

These materials provide guidance in what to expect at a bond hearing. 

After the Bond Hearing

The materials here will prepare you for the different possible outcomes of your client’s bond hearing.  

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