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Bail Bonds in Kissimmee, Fl.

 

About Kissimmee, Florida.
Kissimmee is a Principal City of the Orlando-Kissimmee, Florida area. The City of Kissimmee is located in Osceola County, Florida. Major attractions nearby are Walt Disney World, Epcot Center, Universal Studios and other theme parks in and around the Kissimmee and Orlando, Fl.

Kissimmee Police Jail

Kissimmee Police Department
8 North Stewart Avenue, Kissimmee, FL 34741-5499
(407) 847-0176‎
kissimmee.org

Kissimmee Florida Police Department Jail

Osceola County Sheriff - Jail Info.
400 Simpson Road, Kissimmee, FL 34744-4455
(407) 348-2222‎

 

Kissimmee, Florida Bail Bondsmen.


Call 321-251-8377 or Toll Free 1-800-224-5937

What is needed to get a Florida bail bond.

If you have a loved one or friend in a Kissimmee - Orlando area jail or anywhere in Florida having the following information will quicken the bail bond release process. It’s O.K. if you are missing or do not have all the information below, just give us a call and we will be glad to help you.
1. The arrestee’s full name and date of birth.
2. The jail name and city or state.
3. The amount of bail.
4. A credit card.

Bail by Phone, We accept all major credit cards and Western Union money transfers. We can process your bail bond by telephone, online or in person. Please give us a call at 1-800-224-5937 to get started right away.

At Bail Yes Bonding Agencies of Florida we are always open 24 hours.

Kissimmee - Orlando Area Immigration Bonds.

  • How to Get Started.
    Call us 24/7 for  free INS bond evaluation 1-800-224-5937

          Two main Types of immigration Bonds are:

  • INS Delivery Bond
    An person that is arrested by the Bureau of Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) and issued a Warrant of Arrest (Form I-205) and a Notice of Custody Conditions (Form I-286) may be eligible for a delivery bond. The amount set for an immigration delivery bond should be sufficient to ensure that the alien will appear for all future immigration hearings.
  • INS Voluntary Departure Bond
    An alien who is allowed to depart the country voluntarily after being found in removal proceedings status (or in lieu of such proceedings) has been granted Voluntary Departure. The Immigration Judge or deportation officer may, and in nearly all cases will require that the detainee post a bond in an amount that will ensure that the alien departs the United States within the time specified.