The Department of Homeland Security (formerly Immigration Naturalization Service – INS) may breach (forfeit) an Immigration Bond, but there could be defenses to the breach. Some of these defenses are apparent on the face of the document or within the “A” file.

The INS Form I-323Notice – Immigration Bond Breached” outlines why and when the alien failed to appear for removal (deportation), or interview or departure (for a Voluntary Departure Bond).

We can review the documents and advise you if the breach is valid or if there is a justifiable defense available to you. Call us and fax or email us the documents and don't forget to list the name and phone number of the person who originally paid the bond with the government.

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