Adelanto East 10400 Rancho Road
Adelanto West 10250 Rancho Road
Adelanto, CA 92301
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The Adelanto ICE processing center includes 9 housing units. Each unit has unique visiting hours. Some facilities also have different hours for both “contact” and “non-contact” hours:
- East Housing Unit 1 – Tuesday and Friday 12PM-8PM; Sunday 7AM-8PM
- East Housing Segregation – Tuesday and Friday 12PM-8PM (non-contact); Sunday 7AM-8PM (non-contact)
- East Housing Unit 2 – Monday and Thursday 12PM-8PM; Saturday 7AM-8PM
- West Housing Unit 1 – Administration Segregation – Monday, Friday and Sunday 12PM-8PM (non-contact); Wednesday 12PM-4PM (contact)
- West Housing Unit 1 – Disciplinary Segregation – Tuesday and Thursday 12PM-8PM (non-contact); Saturday 7AM-8PM (non-contact)
- West Housing Unit 2 – Tuesday and Friday 12PM-4PM (contact), 4PM-8PM (non-contact); Sunday 7AM-1PM (contact), 2PM-8PM (contact)
- West Housing Unit 3 – Monday and Thursday 12PM-4PM (contact), 4PM-8PM (non-contact); Saturday 7AM-1PM (contact), 2PM-8PM (non-contact)
- West Housing Unit 4 – Tuesday and Friday 12PM-4PM (contact), 4PM-8PM (non-contact); Sunday 7AM-1PM (contact), 2PM-8PM (contact)
- West Housing Unit 5 – Monday and Thursday 12PM-4PM (contact), 4PM-8PM (non-contact); Saturday 7AM-1PM (contact), 2PM-8PM (non-contact)
All visitors should plan on arriving at least 15 minutes before to their scheduled visit to avoid delays associated with processing. All visitors must show ID. Only three visitors will be allowed in at one time per detainee.
You can obtain information about any alien/immigrant being held at the Adelanto ICE Processing Center by calling 760.561.6100. You will need the detainee’s personal information including first, last and hyphenated names, any aliases, date of birth and country of birth.
ICE Detention Facility
Delivery bonds (i.e., immigration bonds) cannot be posted in-person directly at the Adelanto ICE Processing Center. Instead, family members or associates can post an immigration bond at any of the 82 ICE-ERO facilities around the country that accept immigration bonds. The closest facility to the Adelanto ICE Processing Center that accepts immigration bonds is located at 300 N Los Angeles Street, Suite 7621, Los Angeles, CA 90012. Immigration bonds can be posted Monday-Friday (except holidays) at this facility from 9:00 AM to 3:00 PM. Bonds cannot be posted directly at the Adelanto ICE Processing Center.
To post an immigration bond for someone detained at the Adelanto ICE Processing Center you must have a money order, cashier’s check or certified check. If the bond amount exceeds $10,000 and over, you can only pay by 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, ranging from 2% – 10%, 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 cash bond in person.
Does the facility have public parking?
Yes. If you know someone who is detained at the Adelanto ICE Processing Center in Adelanto, California and you would like to visit them, there is free public parking available. The parking will be designated for visitors.
Can I post a bond for someone who is detained at the Adelanto ICE Processing Center?
It really depends on the specific details of the case surround the immigrant/alien that you are looking to bond out. If an immigration judge has set a bond in the immigrant’s case, then yes, you may bond someone out from this facility. See the next question below, regarding the various locations where bonds can be processed.
If I am bonding someone out of the Adelanto ICE Processing Center, do I post the bond there or do I post the bond in another location?
All bonds posted for any alien detained may be posted at any Immigration Customs Enforcement (ICE) Enforcement and Removal Operations (ERO) bond acceptance offices around the country between the hours of 9:00 am and 3:00 PM (except public holidays) local time. There are 82 ICE ERO offices where bonds can be posted (8 locations in California).
What is the easiest way to bond an alien/immigrant out of the Adelanto ICE Processing Center?
There are two ways to bond an alien/immigrant out of the Adelanto ICE Processing Center. First, one can show up at one of the 82 ICE-ERO bond accepting offices in person during business hours. Second, someone can utilize the services of a bonding agent who is able to post the bond electronically so that family members do not have to go to one of these ICE-ERO locations in person. Additionally, when a family uses the services of a bonding agent the detained individual will be released much sooner.
If you want immediate help locating an ICE detainee, fill out our form and someone will get back to you ASAP.
IF YOU WOULD LIKE INFORMATION ON HOW TO BOND OUT SOMEONE WHO IS IN ICE CUSTODY, PLEASE CONTACT (844) 910-2342.
If you would like to get information on a detainee, please call the Field Office Main Telephone Number, (760) 561-6100.
Please have the following detainee information available:
- First name
- Last name (including hyphenated last names)
- Any aliases the detainee might use
- Date of birth
- Country of birth
If you would like to get in touch with a defendant/detainee, please call the facility’s main number, (760) 561-6100.
Please have the following detainee information available:
- Full name
- Alien Registration Number (A Number)
- Your name and telephone number
Not every ICE detention facility allows you to post an immigration bond in California. If you would like to post an immigration bond it must be done at an ICE-ERO facility that accepts immigration bonds.
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 California and around the US.
Video transcript: There are two ways to secure release on an immigration bond. First, the family of the detained individual can post the full amount of the bond directly with the federal court. This can be done via cash, check, money order, cashiers check or US bonds/notes (Bonds over $10,000 must be paid with certified check). If the released immigrant shows up at all scheduled court dates the money will be refunded back to the family upon completion of the case. The refund process can take several months. A detained immigrant’s family can also use the services of a licensed immigration bond company. In this type of transaction, the family will deposit the full amount of the bond with the bond company. This money will be held for the life of the case. Upon completion of the case and appearance at all court hearings, the money will be refunded back to the family immediately, less a nominal administration fee paid to the bonding company.