South Texas ICE Processing Center

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      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.

      South Texas ICE Processing Center, Texas

      ICE Detention Facility

      San Antonio Field Office
      566 Veterans Drive
      Pearsall, TX, 78061
      Facility Main Telephone Line: (210) 231-4505
      Field Office Main Telephone Line: (210) 283-4750
      Contractor Telephone Line (detainee messages): (830) 334-2939

      Contact information

      If you would like to get information on a detainee at the South Texas ICE Processing Center, please call (210) 231-4505 between the hours of 8:00 AM – 4:00 PM.

      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

      Visitation hours:

      Visitation hours at the South Texas ICE Processing Center are organized by gender and risk level. They are broken out as follows:

      • Level 1 and 2 Females
        • 7:00 AM – 9:00 AM
      • Level 1 and 2 Restricted Females
        • 9:00 AM – 10:00 AM
      • Level 3 Females
        • 9:00 AM – 10:00 AM
      • Level 1 and 2 Males
        • 10:00 AM – 3:00 PM
      • Level 3 Males
        • 3:00 PM – 4:00 PM
      • Level 3 Restricted Males
        • 4:00 PM – 5:00 PM
      • Level 1 and 2 Restricted Males
        • 5:00 PM – 6:00 PM

      Detainees can visit for 60 minutes. The facility recommends you arrive at least 30 minutes ahead of your scheduled time so you can be processed appropriate through security. Attorneys can visit clients seven days a week from 7:00 AM – 9:00 PM (including holidays).


      The South Texas ICE Processing Center. Image courtesy Google Maps.

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      Immigration Bond Information

      for the South Texas ICE Processing Center

      Delivery bonds (i.e., immigration bonds) can be posted in-person directly at the South Texas ICE Processing Center. The phone number there is (214) 424-7893. Immigration bonds can be posted Monday-Friday (except holidays) at this facility from 9:00 AM to 3:00 PM.

      To post an immigration bond for someone detained, 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 bond yourself.

        SEARCH FOR A DETAINEE

        When searching by name, a detainee's first and last names are required and must be an exact match and select the detainee's country of birth.

        Frequently asked questions about the South Texas ICE Processing Center

        Does the facility have public parking?

        Yes. If you know someone who is detained at South Texas ICE Processing Center in Pearsall, Texas and you would like to visit them, there is free parking available at the facility.

        Can I post a bond for someone who is detained at the South Texas ICE Processing Center?

        If an immigration judge has set a bond in the immigrant’s case, then yes, you may bond someone out of the South Texas ICE Processing Center. See the next question below, regarding the various locations where bonds can physically be posted and processed.

        If I am bonding someone out of the South Texas ICE Processing Center, do I post the bond there or do I post the bond in another location?

        While you can bail someone out of the South Texas ICE Processing Center, you can also post the bond at that facility. The South Texas ICE Processing Center is an ICE-ERO facility, and they accept immigration bonds. The facility is located at 8101 N. Stemmons Freeway, Dallas, TX 75247. The phone number there is (214) 424-7893.

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          IF YOU WOULD LIKE INFORMATION ON HOW TO BOND OUT SOMEONE WHO IS IN ICE CUSTODY, PLEASE CONTACT (844) 910-2342.

          How to get information on an ICE detainee

          If you would like to get information on a detainee, please call the Field Office Main Telephone Number, (210) 283-4750.

          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, (210) 231-4505.

          Please have the following detainee information available:

          • Full name
          • Alien Registration Number (A Number)
          • Your name and telephone number

          Video transcript: An Alien Registration number (also referred to as A-Number) is a unique identification number assigned to a non-citizen. It can be a seven-, eight- or nine-digit number. Each immigrant receives an A-Number from the United States Citizenship and Immigration Service (USCIS). This number is extremely important as it is required on all immigration documents and paperwork.

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