Preparing Bond Submission

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


Required Step

EOIR E-registry

In order to enter an appearance on behalf of your client in immigration court, you must first register to practice before the immigration court by completing EOIR’s E-registry process. It is a two-step process involving online registration followed by in-person verification of your identity at your local immigration court.

Required Form

Fillable EOIR-28

Link to fillable EOIR-28 You must file this form at or before your client’s first Master Calendar hearing in order to be entered as the attorney of record on your client’s case.

Motions for Bond Hearing


Sample

Motion for Bond Hearing

Northwest Immigrant Rights Project
Sample motion requesting a bond redetermination hearing in front of the immigration judge.

Sample

Motion for Bond Hearing – Changed Circumstances

Northwest Immigrant Rights Project
A sample motion requesting a new bond hearing in light of changed circumstances of the respondent.

Pre-Hearing Statement


Sample

Bond Pre-Hearing Statement

Northwest Immigrant Rights Project
A pre-hearing statement submitted in advance of a bond hearing.

Submission of Evidence


Sample

List of Evidence for Bond Hearing 1

Northwest Immigrant Rights Project
Table of contents for evidence submitted in bond hearing, sample 1.

Sample

List of Evidence for Bond Hearing 2

Northwest Immigrant Rights Project
Table of contents for evidence submitted for bond hearing, sample 2.

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