Center for Immigration Assistance

Your Leading Source for Immigration Information and Resources

The Center for Immigration Assistance (CFIA) is the Nation’s most comprehensive resource for ICE detention and release. From information on the immigration bonding process, to searching for someone in ICE detention, to securing someone’s release, CFIA is here to help.

Nationwide Assistance

Wherever your loved one is detained, we can help.

24/7 Support

We’re here for you, day and night. Call now: (844) 910-2342

Trusted & Professional

Our representatives are trained customer service specialists.

We are here to help your family

The Center for Immigration Assistance (CFIA) is one of the nation’s leading resources on immigration related issues. Our team is focused on providing families with the information they need to fully understand the immigration detention and release process and the resources and information available to them. Whether you are seeking information on a specific person in ICE detention, trying to locate the nearest consulate/embassy or even looking for assistance in securing a loved one’s release from custody, CFIA is here to help.

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Center for Immigration Assistance

Looking for Someone in ICE Custody?

    SEARCH FOR A DETAINEE NOW BY NAME

    Start by searching for your loved one to see where they are being held. When searching by name, the detainee's first and last names are required and must be an exact match and select the detainee's country of birth.

      SEARCH FOR A DETAINEE NOW BY A-NUMBER

      Search by the detainee's A-Number, which must be exactly nine digits long. If the A-Number has fewer than nine digits, please add zeros at the beginning. You are also required to select the detainee's correct country of birth.

      Call now to bond out an ICE detainee: (844) 910-2342

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      IMMIGRATION 101 by Doug Wood

      Make sure to read the nation’s leading Immigration Blog, Immigration 101, written by 20 year ICE veteran, Doug Wood. Check in every week to see what’s new in the world of immigration detention and release around the country.

      Some of our immigration resources include explaining how the immigration process works, helpful infographics, legal resources, Know Your Rights printouts, important immigration bond documents and how you can get an ICE detainee released quickly.
      You can also call us anytime at (844) 910-2342.
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      ICE Detention Facilities

      Do you need to find someone who has been detained?

      List of ICE Detention Facilities

      We have information for every ICE detention facility nationwide.

      Search for a Detainee

      If you need help finding a loved one who has been detained, you can search for them on our immigration detainee search.

      IF YOU NEED TO BOND OUT SOMEONE WHO IS IN ICE CUSTODY,
      PLEASE CONTACT (844) 910-2342.

      ICE Detention Release FAQs

      Check out our FAQs page which includes helpful questions and answers regarding the immigration detention and release process.

      Video transcript: In order to send money to a person detained by ICE**, you will need to contact the detention facility directly. The detention center will provide instructions on how to the send money. If you need assistance with locating a detained person, or the contact information of the detention center, contact The Center for Immigration Assistance by going to www.cfiaus.com/ice or you can call (844) 910-2342. Each facility page has detailed information for each detention center in the US.

      Professional. Experienced. Nationwide.

      The Center For Immigration Assistance will work with you to understands your needs and ensure your loved ones are released on bond as quickly as possible, usually within 24 hours. Our trained, multi-lingual customer service specialists are here to help you get started, determine the status of the detained person and discuss options to gain their release. We are familiar with DHS-ICE detention centers and release procedures. We do our best so you can have a hassle-free release.

      Know Your Rights

      Learn more about your constitutional rights!

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