Detention Facilities near Houston, TX
According to the Global Detention Project, the United States has the most extensive immigration detention system in the world. On any given day, approximately 30,000 people are being held in administrative immigration detention facilities across the United States.
Although non-citizens being detained while they complete immigration or asylum-related processes are classified as administrative (or "civil") detention, the facilities used by ICE for these detentions are essentially operated like prisons.
For people who do not fall under mandatory detention provisions, an immigration attorney can help a person be granted bail or conditional release.
Luis F. Hess represents clients before the Executive Office for Immigration Review (EOIR) during exclusion, deportation, removal, asylum only, bond proceedings, and immigration appeals.
Immigration attorney, Luis F. Hess, represents clients at the three detention centers in and around Houston, TX, include:
ICE Detention Facility Locator - Visit the website of the U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) to find a detention facility locator that uses an interactive map feature. You can search the directory of ICE detention facilities by state or by the name of the facility.
This article was last updated on Friday, January 26, 2018.