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In addition to our primary law office in Center City, Philadelphia, we also have law offices throughout the Greater Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Area and in New Jersey. Our branch offices have contributed to making us the #1 Bankruptcy Filer and debt relief firm in the Greater Philadelphia area. Our goal is to have a convenient location within 20 minutes of where our clients work or reside.

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If you or someone you know has been detained by ICE, time is of the essence. Contact an immigration attorney at Sadek Law Offices as soon as possible.

There are various reasons why a person may be detained by Immigration and Customs Enforcement. For example, when a person is arrested, and it is discovered that they are not a legal resident of the United States, they may be detained by ICE.

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What is ICE?

The Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) is a federal law enforcement agency which falls under the U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS). ICE considers it their mission to help prevent the possibility of terrorist attacks by protecting the borders and providing comprehensive defense for all U.S. citizens.

One main purpose of ICE is to determine whether a person is a lawful citizen, confirm lack of citizenship, and return the person to their country of origin. This can have very detrimental effect on families, friends, and co-workers of anyone who is the victim of deportation.

ICE often intervenes when a person is arrested by local or state law enforcement agencies for allegedly committing a crime; however, ICE has also historically targeted certain work facilities (such as agricultural facilities, manufacturing warehouses, and food processing plants) in attempts to locate large quantities of individuals unlawfully present in the United States.

If an immigrant is detained, they may be released on bond or they may be kept detained, depending on the circumstances.

Do Not Wait to Involve an Immigration Attorney

Being detained by ICE in either their Moshannon Valley Processing Center in Philipsburg, Pennsylvania, or their Detention Center in Elizabeth, New Jersey, is far from uncommon. If you or a loved one have been detained, it is important to get the legal help that you deserve.

Should a non-citizen be detained, they may not be read their Miranda warning and may not be informed of their ability to seek the help of a knowledgeable attorney.If they have been detained for inadmissibility or removability, a bond hearing may be scheduled—although this is not done automatically. If they are released on bond, they will be required to return for their formal immigration hearing.

If you are facing deportation, or if you are being detained by ICE, you will need the legal aid of our firm. No one should be wrongly separated from their family due to deportation. Sadek Law Offices is happy to provide a free case evaluation. Contact us today!

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If you are detained by ICE and believe you may already have a removal order, time is of the essence. Contact us immediately to determine what options are available.