Pearsall Detention Center

Pearsall Detention Center
566 Veteran's Drive
Pearsall, TX 78061
(830) 334-2939

South Texas Detention Complex Information

The South Texas Detention Complex, situated in Pearsall, Texas, south of San Antonio, is one of the country’s biggest Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) detention facilities. The Complex, which debuted in 2005 and is managed by a private corporation, is a multi-level security complex. There is enough room for 1,900 captives from Mexico, Cuba, Venezuela, India, and other nations.

If they were detained at the border attempting to enter the nation illegally or residing in the country without appropriate documentation, a noncitizen who is faced with immigration difficulties might spend months at this institution waiting to see a judge. In any case, a noncitizen should seek the advice of an expert immigration attorney who can aid them understand their rights and evaluate all of their legal possibilities.

The GEO Group, Inc. owns the South Texas Detention Complex, which is located in Pearsall. The US Immigration and Customs Enforcement agency has hired this private firm to hold persons that the Department of Homeland Security has concluded have broken immigration laws.

Address
566 Veteran’s Drive,
Pearsall, TX 78061

Phone
Main phone: (830) 334-2939
Field office: (210) 283-4750

    What are the visiting hours & policies?

    Parking: Parking spaces are available for visitor parking in front of facility.

    Visitation
    Monday – Sunday
    7 a.m. to 6 p.m.

    Detainee ClassificationDaily Visitation Time
    Level 1 & 2 Females7 a.m. to 9 a.m.
    Level 1 & 2 Restricted Females9 a.m. to 10 a.m.
    Level 3 Females9 a.m. to 10 a.m.
    Level 1 & 2 Males10 a.m. to 3 p.m.
    Level 3 Males3 p.m. to 4 p.m.
    Level 3 Restricted Males4 p.m. to 5 p.m.
    Level 1 & 2 Restricted Males5 p.m. to 6 p.m.

    Attorney visits
    Attorneys and paralegals are allowed to see detainees on any day of the year, but they must make an appointment with one another.
    Hours: 7 a.m. to 9 p.m.

    How do I locate an inmate at the South Texas Detention Complex?

    The ICE website provides an online Inmate Locator search engine that can help you find out if your loved one is located at the South Texas ICE Processing Center. It can also show you if your loved one is located in any other ICE detention center in the country. Another option is to call (210) 231-4505 to see if your loved one is in this detention facility. Please have their full name, date of birth, and country of birth ready before calling that number.

    How do I post a delivery bond at South Texas Detention Complex?

    Some inmates at the South Texas Detention Complex are eligible to be granted bail before an immigration judge can visit them. When a person is taken into ICE custody and sent to a detention center to undergo removal proceedings in the United States, a delivery bail may be filed. A legitimate form of identification, such as a government-issued ID, must be shown by the person who posted the bail on account of the inmate.

    The person who posted the bail must be aware of the enormous responsibility they are embarking on by guaranteeing that the detainee appears in front of an officer, representative, or judge when a request is made.

    ICE ERO bond acceptance offices in Texas accept bonds for those arrested by ICE. The ICE ERO bond acceptance department is located in the South Texas Detention Complex.

    Hours:
    Monday – Friday: 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.

    Can I call an inmate at the jail?

    Detainees in this facility cannot receive incoming calls. If you need to leave an urgent message to a detainee, you must call (830) 334-2939 and leave their full name, alien registration number, your name and phone number.

    To receive information about a detainee that is housed at the facility, call (210) 231-4505 between 8 a.m. and 4 p.m. Have the following information ready to provide: detainee’s full name, date of birth, and country of birth.

    How do I send money to South Texas Detention Complex?

    To send money to a detainee, you can mail a money order or cashier’s check directly to the detainee. Please do not send cash. Provide the last four digits of the detainee’s A-number (file number), plus the sender’s name and address. For more information on sending items to detainees, please visit South Texas ICE Processing Center website and click the “Sending Items to Detainees” tab.

    Immigration Court – This page gives details on the Pearsall immigration court, such as its address, statistics, contact number, and operating hours. Relief from deportation applications, as well as other applications required by the immigration judge, must be submitted directly with the immigration court.

    The Board of Immigration Appeals (BIA) is the highest executive body in the United States for interpreting and applying immigration laws. Anyone wanting to dispute an immigration judgment may find further details on how to request that their case be heard on this page.

    Immigration Lawyer for South Texas Detention Complex

    If you have been apprehended by ICE and are being held at the South Texas Detention Complex, don’t hesitate to call The Rivera y Bujosa Law. We can assist you in determining the nature of your problem and provide the best available advise on what to do next.

    Being placed in a detention center and facing an immigration court is frightening, but not if you have The Rivera y Bujosa Law in your corner. If you have been detained anywhere in Texas, including San Antonio, San Benito, Falfurrias, or any other place, contact Rivera y Bujosa Law at (832) 702-0295 right once.

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