average bond amount issued by the San Francisco immigration court in 2014.
2 in 3
detained immigrants do not receive legal representation.
Bonded out, represented immigrants are 8x more likely to win their cases than unrepresented detainees.
What We Do
Learn about how we are trying to fight against immigration detention and empower Bay Area residents.
Learn more about immigration detention and how bond can be a tool for change.
The Trump Administration
Immigration detention and the lack of legal rights afforded to detained immigrants are not new. However, the Trump administration has promised to construct new detention centers, ramp up detention for immigrants including women and children, and compel cities to turn over more people to ICE. In the San Francisco Bay Area, bonds are being set higher than ever – placing freedom further out of reach for low-income detainees.
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*Statistics from Northern California Collaborative for Immigrant Justice, “Access to Justice for Immigrant Families and Communities: Study of Legal Representation of Detained Immigrants in Northern California,” Oct. 2014