ICE arrests 206 LA area fugitives in a National Immigration Sweep

According to the Associated Press, Immigration and Customs Enforcement agents arrested 206 immigration fugitives and convicted illegal immigrants in the Los Angeles area during a national immigration sweep.  The six-day operation was named “Cross Check” and ended Thursday with 3,100 arrests nationwide.  One hundred six of the 206 immigrants arrested had convictions for serious or violent crimes.  One hundred twenty four were arrested in Los Angeles County, 34 in Orange County, 15 in Riverside County, 14 in San Bernardino County, 10 in Ventura County, and 9 in Santa Barbara County.  Almost 80 of these locals arrested were already removed from the United States.  For information regarding Immigration Bonds please call Penny Bail Bonds at 1-866-736-3977 or visit us at or

Crimes that can lead to deportation of resident aliens

The Illegal Immigration Reform and Immigrant Responsibility Act of 1996 — and a series of other changes to immigration law have expanded the list of crimes that can make a legal immigrant deportable.  This includes crimes that are considered misdemeanors under State law but have become felonies under immigration law.  Felonies make legal immigrants eligible for deportation.  Those convicted of aggravated felonies under immigration law are not eligible to become US citizens.  For example, writing a bad check could be considered a misdemeanor under criminal law but can be considered an aggravated felony under immigration law if the statute provides for a sentence of one year in jail even if the person was not in jail for a year.  For information regarding Immigration bonds please call Penny Bail Bonds anytime at 1-866-736-6977 or visit us at or

How do Immigration Bonds Work?

For FREE Immigration Bond Information call 1-866-736-6977

If an individual is in the Custody of the Bureau of Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) it may be possible to post an immigration bond.  There are two types of Immigration Bonds that are currently available: the delivery bond and the voluntary departure bond.  In order for the delivery bond to be posted the individual will be issued a notice of Custody Conditions and a Warrant of Arrest.  Not every detainee will be able to post a delivery bond.  The bond is the “insurance” that the individual will show up for their future court date.  After the person shows up for his or her court date, the amount paid for the delivery bond is returned.  If the defendant does not show up for their court date, the delivery bond is forfeited and the full amount of the bond belongs to the court.  The other type of immigration bond is the voluntary departure bond.  With this type of bond the person agrees to leave the country at their own expense within a certain amount of time.  If they do not leave the country the bond is forfeited and more legal troubles ensue.  For  more information regarding immigration bonds in Orange County and San Diego County visit us at or at

Penny Bail Bonds Now Offering Immigration Bonds

Penny Bail Bonds can now post Immigration Bonds throughout California.  If you have questions regarding Immigration Bonds in Orange County, Los Angeles County, San Diego County, Riverside County, San Bernardino County, or Ventura County please call Penny Bail Bonds ANYTIME for FREE information.  Our rates are competitive and our service is always friendly and professional.  We will walk you through this very confusing process and explain every step.  Our agents can be reached 24 hours a day by calling                     1-866-736-6977 You may also visit us at