ICE Detention Facilities in New Hampshire
There is one immigration detention facility in New Hampshire.
The Strafford County House of Corrections in Indiana does not allow you to post an immigration bond at that facility. If you would like to post an immigration bond in New Hampshire it must be done at an ICE-ERO facility that accepts immigration bonds. In New Hampshire there is one ICE-ERO facility where you can post an immigration bond in person. The one location where you can post an immigration bond in New Hampshire is:
- Norris Cotton FOB, 275 Chestnut Street, Suite 210, Manchester, NH 03101 (603) 629-2800
If you need an easier way to post an immigration bond for someone who is detained at an immigration detention facility in New Hampshire, 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 New Hampshire and around the US. In fact, posting an immigration bond with a bonding agent is much easier and more convenient than posting a full cash immigration bond with the court.
For general detainee related questions, call the ICE ERO Information Line: (888) 351-4024
Call now to bond out an ICE detainee: (844) 910-2342
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: An immigration bond is a three-party contract among a detained individual (alien/immigrant), a third party (the surety/obligor) and the government. It guarantees the appearance of the released immigrant at all scheduled court appearances throughout the life of the case.
There are two types of immigration bonds, a Delivery Bond and a Voluntary Departure Bond. A Delivery Bond allows for the release of a detained immigrant so that they can be out of custody while the court hears their case and they try to obtain legal citizenship. The released immigrant must attend all their court appearances or risk permanent detention or deportation. A Voluntary Departure Bond allows a detained immigrant to be released so that they can leave the country (at their own expense) while their case is being determined.
If you would like to contact ICE for general information, field offices, media inquiries and more, you can visit their ICE website.