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Does an illegal alien who has been detained due to defying a voluntary deportation order have the right to re-open their case?
I doubt it. Although it could be possible after the so-called "10-year ban". But do not take my word for it.
There is a time limit to be deported. According to the Immigration Neutrality Act, ICE has 90 to deport an individual if they have been compliant in providing their travel doc…uments and signing additional forms issued by ICE called and I-229. The I-229 states that the individual detailed will be compliant and provide travel documents for deportation. If an individual has signed the necessary docs, and has provided their travel documents and has not been deported within the 90 day period, they can be released (Get an attorney) If an detainee refuses to be compliant Ice can extend the 90 day deportation time frame. Usually deportation varies depending on the country's willingness to accept the detainee back to their country. There are some cases where the detainees country will not accept them back to their country, for those individuals they can be released back into the US or deported to another country that is willing to take the detainee. It doesn't matter if they detainee has never had a criminal record, up to including traffic infraction if they are past their Visa limit and on a final order of deportation ICE will detain the alien until deportation. It all depends on the case, if there are any pending petitions or motions with the case (motions pause the 90 removal period) an alien can be detained until the court decided what to do with the detainee. Also if you have a final order of decoration and have stayed in the states beyond a year of the final order of deportation you will incur a 10 yr bar which means you can not reenter the states until 10 years. Answer Well, it usually takes up to a month if they don't have to go to court or anything. It also depends on what country they are from. They usually have to wait for their passport, and enough illegal aliens from that same country to send back. You can also contact your local immigration office, they usually have information on that person. There is no time limit on an unlawfully present foreign national being deported to their country of origin. The factors of the case determine the outcome. USCIS or ICE will not discuss any deportation cases with any persons who are not authorized to access the information.
If the police detain a person with a weapon outside a car and search the car without asking is it an illegal search?
A cop is not allowed to search your car without consent UNLESS they suspect that illegal activities are going on inside the vehicle, such as an open container (alcohol) or il…legal drugs. If they suspect that you are hiding something illegal, they legally (as police officers) have the right to search your vehicle, and detain you as they do it. If you had a BB gun outside and were talking to someone in a car, the officer might wonder what's going on, and suspicion (instincts) would tell him that something's up. The officer might think that the BB gun is going to be used to steal the guy's car. Anyway, if he suspected that the driver of the car and you were doing something illegal (possibly selling/distributing illegal drugs), he might decide to search the vehicle, at which point he has every right.
Can an individual be compensated for assisting in deportation of illegal immigrants. Can Bounty hunters be used to detain persons in violation of a deportation order If so what is the compensation.?
an unlawful detainer action is part of the process of removing a tenant for non-payment of rent, failing to meet the terms of the lease, or refusing to leave the property. it …is the third step of the eviction process: 1. notice to pay or quit served 2. tenant has three days to respond 3. unlawful detainer is filed in municipal court 4. tenant has five days to respond after being served 5. writ of possession granted 6. sheriff sends eviction notice and physically removes tenant if no response within five days (California Real Estate Principles, 10 E., Sherry Schindler Price)
If you are illegal and they accuse you of a crime but you know your innocent can immigration still detain you without a conviction?
you've answered your question. being in the U.S. illegally is a crime, and you can be detained................
To put away. An example is putting someone in jail is detaining them
aka detain:1. deprive of freedom; take into confinement 2. stop or halt 3. cause to be slowed down or delayed
What most people want to know is whether someone can get out of jail when they have an immigration detainer, hold or warrant. The answer is YES. As a former criminal prosecuto…r and now a criminal and immigration defense lawyer, I can assure you that I have clients that are released from immigration detainers all over the country all the time. Based on my experience, you can usually get out even when you are illegally in this country or have a minor past criminal history. Of course every case is different and only a qualified attorney examining your case can tell you your chances. Of course when you get to immigration, your deportation lawyer will want to argue why you are not a flight risk or a danger to the community and your community ties, etc.. What you cannot have is any drug trafficking offense or any "aggravated felonies" or a prior order of deportation or removal that cannot be re-opened or appealed. If you want to bail someone out that is in jail on state or federal charges and has an immigration hold or detainer, you should work with a lawyer that knows both immigration and criminal defense. Please see my website: CriminalAndImmigrationDefense.com. The jails and some defense lawyers, prosecutors and even judges will erroneously tell you that you cannot pay the bail or bond on the criminal case because of the immigration detainer but they are most often dead wrong. Certainly you can pay the criminal bail set by the judge and then he will be taken to immigration custody. And most people should pay the criminal bail but you should check with a qualified attorney before you do so. The inmate will not get out right away but will taken to immigration custody after which a deportation lawyer can request an immediate bond hearing and in most cases be granted one, depending on the severity of the crime and the person's past criminal record. If and when immigration bond is granted and paid, the person walks out of jail free to fight both their criminal and deportation case from the outside and if qualified, to apply for a green card This would have almost impossible in most cases if the criminal bond had never been paid because the conviction rates and statistics are much higher and tougher for inmates that are currently incarcerated and awaiting trial than for those that are out of jail on bail or bond awaiting trial. Be wary of many lawyers both criminal and immigration lawyers that tell you that it cannot be done. They simply do not know both areas of the law. This is a very specialized field of law. My law firm has been doing it for 16 years. There are several issues regarding whether the person will be given credit for the criminal case for the time that they are in immigration custody and that is why you should consult with a lawyer familiar with both criminal and immigration law before you do anything else. Disclaimer: This posting is for general informational purposes and is not intended to be nor should it be taken as legal advice which should only come from a personal consultation with a qualified attorney familiar with all facts of the case. Having said that, Good luck and keep fighting for his or her freedom! New York Attorney S. Michael Musa-Obregon, Esq. 888-224-4210 The federal government thinks someone is in the country illegally and is holding that person until a decision is made.
Detain suspects believed to be illegally in the uk take them to police stations.
hold, arrest, confine, restrain, imprison, intern, take prisoner, hold in custody
It is when you arrest someone without that person doing something wrong
Since I'm guessing that you're writing a paper on the subject, security (as in airport security) is represented as a single entity, so the grammar would be 'security has detai…ned'.
Detained was created on 2002-04-24.
Absolutely. If a store security guard falsely detains someone causing damages to the person, the unlawfully detained person may certain seek civil action. This is why store se…curity rarely detains someone without first seeing a crime taking place (concealing merchandise). Being wrong can be very costly to a business. More so, If Police are summoned and it's discovered that a person has done no wrong doing, the business can be subjected to penalties for false reporting.