ICE Detention Facilities in Arizona
There are six ICE Immigration Detention Facilities in Arizona. If you need to post an Arizona immigration bond, below are the facilities:
- Central Arizona Correctional Center
- Eloy Detention Center
- Florence Correctional Center
- Florence Service Processing Center (SPC)
- Federal Bureau of Prisons (BoP) Federal Corrections Institute (FCI) Phoenix
- La Palma Correctional Center
Not every detention facility allows you to post an immigration bond in Arizona. If you would like to post an immigration bond it must be done at an ICE-ERO facility that accepts immigration bonds. In Arizona there are four ICE-ERO facilities where you can post an immigration bond in person. These are located at the following addresses:
- 6431 South Country Club Road, Tucson AZ 85706 (520) 295-4100
- 3250 N. Pinal Parkway, Florence AZ 85132 (520) 868-5862
- 1705 E. Hanna Road, Eloy AZ 85131 (520) 464-3000
- 2035 N. Central Avenue , Phoenix AZ 85004 (602) 257-5900
If you need an easier way to post an Arizona immigration bond for someone who is detained at an ICE immigration detention facility in Arizona, you can post an immigration bond through a licensed immigration bonding agent. That agent can post a bond for you electronically for any detention facility in Arizona and around the US.
Click on a state to view all of it’s ICE detention facilities. You can also find an specific detention center by searching below.
Video transcript: To post an immigration bond for someone detained at an ICE Detention facility you must have a money order, cashier’s check or certified check. If the bond amount exceeds $10,000, you can only pay by a single cashier’s check or a certified check. All payments should be made to the “US Department of Homeland Security” or “Immigration and Customs Enforcement.” If you do not want to post the bond in-person yourself, you can also have a licensed immigration bond agent post the bond for you. For a small fee, an agent can post the bond for you electronically so that you do not have to travel to the ICE ERO facility. This process is typically faster and easier than posting a bond yourself.