What is Immigration?
Immigration is a process when an individual becomes permanent residents or citizens of a new country (United States). We have seen over the years that the process of immigration has been of great social, economic, and cultural benefit to states. Immigrates and visa works play a vital role in the development of the country’s infrastructure.
Immigration to the United States is based upon the following principles: the reunification of families, admitting immigrants with skills that are valuable to the U.S. economy, and protecting refugees. Immigrants are an essential part of America’s society.
Immigrants account for a large percentage of the labor force. This accounts for a nearly 25% of residents working in farming, fishing, construction, and forestry occupations. As employees, business owners, and taxpayers; immigrants help our communities thrive and grow.
There are two types of immigration categorized in the federal law; legal immigration and illegal immigration.
Legal immigration is the process a potential citizen takes in order to become a legal. This process consists of:
Immigrating Based on Family. A family member can file for a petition for a:
- Son or Daughter
- Brother or sister
Employment Based Immigration
- People who are fleeing war torn countries and persecution
Illegal immigration is the migration of potential citizens who enter the country in ways that violate immigration laws of the United States. The migrating workers, according to United Sates Federal laws, no longer have the legal right to remain in the country.
The immigration experience is long process and in many cases resulted in the development of multicultural societies. A wide variety of cultures have derived from previous periods of immigration.
Who needs our service?
Detained immigrants, including people arrested in ICE raids and mothers separated from their children at the border, need the opportunity to be released on a bond while fighting their cases.
Without the ability to pay a bond, longtime lawful permanent residents, asylum seekers and undocumented immigrants who may be eligible for relief from deportation are forced to languish in immigration detention while they fight their immigration case.
According to federal government data (Census), Texas (15,852), California (6,527), Arizona (3,869), Georgia (3,717), and Louisiana (3,143) are the top five states with the largest number of people in U.S. immigration detention per day. This puts a lot of strain on federal and state finances.
The costs to house an illegal immigrant consist of the costs of guards, healthcare, and other direct costs associated with incarceration. The average length of stay for any immigrant in prison is 35 days.
Statewide Bonding Inc. works with people who have been in immigration detention center in every state. No matter what your current immigration status is. We offer immigration bail bonding financing for those family member who are in need of help.
We provide fast and Professional Immigration Bonding Services in all 50 states. If you or a loved one ever needed an Immigration Bonding Agent, Give us a call!