Just a few months ago, ICE recently opened up a new detention facility located at Adam's County Correctional Center in Natchez, Mississippi. This facility is run and operated by CoreCivic, one of many federal independent contractors which contracts with Immigrations and Customs Enforcement (ICE) to house thousands of inmates. This particular facility houses approximately 2,200 detainees. In total, there are approximately 425 CoreCivic employees that are in charge of running this particular facility.
If you have a friend or family member that is being detained at this facility, you can visit them by traveling to the following address: 20 Hobo Fork Road, Natchez, Mississippi 39120. While immigrant detainees at this facility are not allowed to make outgoing calls, you can call and leave a message for them to call you back at (601) 304-3003. However, they must have money deposited into their account before they are allowed to make outgoing calls. Click the link HERE for instructions on how to deposit money into your loved one's account.
If you want to visit your friend or family member at the Adams County Correctional Center, you must make sure to schedule a visit during the hours of visitation. Most federal contractors are extremely particular about this rule and if you either fail to schedule a visit or show up during non-visiting hours, you will likely be turned away...even if you have traveled from long distances to arrive at the Adams County Correctional Center. Hours of visitation for this facility differ depending upon the security level of the individual being visited. If your friend or family member is a low security male, you can visit them from Friday through Monday in certain hours. Click on the link HERE in order to find the exact visitation hours for your particular friend or family member. There are no vistitation hours between Monday and Wednesday so if you show up on any of these days you can expect to be turned away. Also, make sure to bring with you government issued identity card such as a driver's license, green card or passport in order to enter the facility. You also must be the age of 18 or older to visit this facility, so if you plan on visiting this facility, don't bring any minors with you. You also are not allowed to bring any cell phones or other electronic devices such as an Apple Watch with you into the facility.
The wesbite at this facility states that if you have a loved one here and need more information from the immigration court, you can call them at 1800-898-7180. If you call this number, you will only reach an automated voice response that only gives you very general information about your loved one's case such as time and date of your loved one's next hearing. If you want more specific information about your loved one's case, you should contact the immigration court directly.
There are no immigration judges at the Adams County Correctional Center. The immigration court in charge of conducting hearings at the Adams County Correctional Center is located in New York City, New York. More specifically, the immigration court at 201 Varick Street, 5th Floor, Room 507, New York, NY 10014 is in charge of conducting hearings. Any documents that are filed by the immigrant in detention proceedings must be directly filed at this address. DO NOT SEND ANY DOCUMENTS YOU INTEND TO FILE DIRECTLY TO THE ADAMS COUNTY CORRECTIONAL CENTER AS THEY WILL NOT ACCEPT THESE DOCUMENTS. If you have any questions about this, you are encouraged to call the Varick Street Immigration Court directly at (646) 638-5766.
Any documents filed with the Varick Street Immigration Court must also be served upon the attorneys working for the Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE). The ICE service address is 201 Varick Street, Room 1130, New York, NY 10014. YOU MUST INCLUDE A SEPERATE CERTIFICATE OF SERVICE WITH THIS ADDRESS FOR ANY DOCUMENTS FILED WITH THE VARICK STREET IMMIGRATION COURT.
Fortunately, immigration attorneys at the Adams County Correctional Center are allowed to visit their clients 7 days a week so if you have an emergency and need to find someone, give immigration attorneys at Liberty Law Group a call and we would be more than happy to provide assistance to you as we have many clients located at this facility and we are only a short drive away.
Additionally, immigration lawyers at Liberty Law Group have experience with the Varick Street Immigration Court immigration judges. Overall, these judges are extremely fair and will give you a reasonable bond if you properly prepare your bond application and meet enough of the bond factors in order for the immigration judge to exercise its discretion to grant bond.
Natchez, Mississippi is known as a vacation destination for many tourists wanting to experience the old south so if you happen to visit this facility, you will have plenty of dining and lodging options available to you. According to www.vacationidea.com below is a list of the top 20 things to do and see while in Natchez, Mississippi:
As you can clearly see, there is a lot to see in do while visiting your loved one who is detained at the Adams County Correctional Center in Natchez, Mississippi. If you want to give your loved one the very best chance for obtaining bond or winning their case in immigration court, please contact immigration lawyers at Liberty Law Group and we will walk with you through every step of the process.
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