If you live in the State of Texas, and you enter an immigration control point because you have relatives in Mexico or the United States, it is important that you know that if you commit a crime, or someone close to you did, it is likely that they will go to prison or deport them.
According to the ICE South Texas Processing Center, detainees cannot receive phone calls, so if you are a relative or close to a detainee and know about the fact, you should contact them directly at (210) 231- 4505 between the hours of 7:30 a.m. and 4:30 p.m.
Once they accept and answer the call, it is necessary to indicate name, surname, date and country of birth. If you have an alias, please mention it.
Legal information on migration processes
If you want information related to the following immigration institutions or to pay a delivery bond and thus help the person in trouble who wants to visit Texas, go to:
You can call 1-800-898-7180 directly to reach them. All requests need to be submitted directly to this location.
Board of Immigration Appeals (BIA)
If you wish to discuss a matter related to the Board of Immigration Appeals (BIA), you may call (703) 605-1007. There you can receive automated information or speak with a representative during the business hours that we have already mentioned.
Now: In the case of delivery bonds, they are issued when a person has been taken into ICE custody and placed in removal proceedings while in the United States, according to information cited by the Immigration and Customs Enforcement Service in Texas on its web portal.
The person intending to pay this bonus must present a valid proof of identity such as a government issued photo identification card, passport, driver’s license, etc.).
In addition, the debtor must be responsible for guaranteeing that the foreigner appears before an official or representative of this agency, whenever requested once his immigration status, documents, or judicial record have been verified.
To expand this information, do not forget that we can help you with this issue, contacting us through our telephone number to provide you with the options you need during the immigration process, whether you need it, or for a family member or loved one.