ICE Detention Facilities in Pennsylvania
There are four immigration detention facilities in Pennsylvania. If you need to post an Pennsylvania immigration bond, below are the facilities:
- Clinton County Correctional Facility
- Pike County Correctional Facility
- York County Prison
- Berks Family Residential Center
Not every detention facility allows you to post an immigration bond in Pennsylvania. If you would like to post an immigration bond it must be done at an ICE-ERO facility that accepts immigration bonds. In Pennsylvania there are three ICE-ERO Facilities where you can post an immigration bond in person. These facilities are located at the following addresses:
- 114 N. 8th Street, Philadelphia, PA 19107 (267) 479-3762
- 3000 Sidney Street, Pittsburgh, PA 15203 (412) 432-2100
- 3400 Concord Road, York, PA 17402 (717) 840-7771
If you need an easier way to post an immigration bond for someone who is detained at an immigration detention facility in Pennsylvania, 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 Pennsylvania 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: 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.