The El Paso Processing Center is located in the west Texas city of El Paso and is one of hundreds of immigration facilities currently operating in the United States. Although a large portion of detainees are from Mexico, the El Paso Processing center houses detainees from Central America, India, Columbia and many other places. Some of these detainees may not see an immigration judge for months, especially since the now resolved government shutdown has made a record-high backlog of more than 800,000 cases.
Many noncitizens who are captured by Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) crossing the border or are found to be living in the United States without proper documentation can wind up in the El Paso Processing Center where they will most likely face deportation. The best thing people can do if they find themselves in an immigration detention center is contact an experienced immigration attorney who can help them explore all of their legal options.
El Paso Processing Center Attorneys
There is no reason why you should go through the detention process alone. The The Gonzalez Law Group, PLLC has experienced lawyers who can help you go over all of your legal options. Being arrested by ICE agents and going to the El Paso Processing Center can seem scary, but it doesn’t have to be with the The Gonzalez Law Group, PLLC by your side.
Marco Gonzalez and his team of experienced immigration lawyers will work on your behalf to ensure the best results possible for your case. If you have been captured at a border city including Brownsville, Laredo, Harlingen, McAllen or any other area contact The Gonzalez Law Group, PLLC at (832) 530-4070 or fill out an online form for your free consultation.
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El Paso Processing Center Information
El Paso Processing Center in El Paso, TX is one of 1,528 facilities in the country that have been used to house noncitizen detainees during the last decade. The detainees are put in two-person cells and have a large common area with tables, chairs, TVs and showers all in the same area. Every detainee who is able, is assigned a job so that they can earn privileges as a result of good work habits. There is also access to a law library and an outdoor recreation area. The following is important information regarding the facility.
8915 Montana Ave.
El Paso, TX 79925
Main phone: (915) 225-0775
Field office: (915) 856-2317
Parking: Free public parking is available at the facility for visitors
6 p.m. to 9 p.m.
11 a.m. to 3 p.m.
6 p.m. to 9 p.m.
11 a.m. to 3 p.m.
6 p.m. to 9 p.m.
- Contact visits may be requested.
- All visitors should arrive 15 minutes prior to scheduled visit.
- Detainees are allowed one hour of visitation.
- Adult visitors must present a valid government-issued ID to enter facility.
- A minor must be accompanied by an adult guardian.
Legal representatives are allowed to visit their clients seven days a week.
8 a.m. to 9:30 p.m.
8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Saturday, Sunday, Holidays
8 a.m. to 11 a.m.
Immigration Court Information
The El Paso Immigration Court, like all immigration courts in the United States, is not part of the judicial branch of the government. Instead, judges are considered attorneys in the Department of Justice and their court is overseen by the Executive Office of Immigration Review. The court conducts immigration court proceedings, appellate reviews, and administrative hearings. Instead of answering to the judicial branch every immigration court answer to the Attorney General of the United States. The court focuses on aliens seeking asylum, detained aliens and criminal aliens. The following is relevant information about the Houston Immigration Court.
700 E. San Antonio Avenue, Suite 750
El Paso, TX 79901
Hours of Operation
Monday- Thursday: 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Window Closed: 12 p.m. to 1 p.m.
Guadalupe R. Gonzalez
Nathan L. Herbert
Rodney D. Buckmire
El Paso Processing Center resources
El Paso Immigration Court- This link provides information about the El Paso Immigration Court in El Paso, TX. People can find an Immigration practice manual, A board of immigration appeals practice manual, a virtual law library and all necessary forms needed during immigration proceedings.
U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement– This Website provides information on the ICE. The link provides a general information on what ICE is and what they do. The entire website is available in Spanish and it also provides recently press releases, statistics and a fact sheet.
El Paso Processing Center Lawyer
The lawyers at The Gonzalez Law Group, PLLC will make your needs as a client their number one priority as soon as you contact them about your case. There are thousands of people who are being deported on a monthly basis in the United States and many of them do not have legal representation. Do not leave your immigration case to chance, contact The Gonzalez Law Group, PLLC to better prepare yourself.
Our attorneys have personal experience navigating through the immigration process and brings their experience to your case to help you with compassion, honesty and an understanding of what you are going through. If you have been detained by ICE in Texas including San Antonio, Austin, Houston, Dallas and any other area and you are now in the El Paso Processing Center contact The Gonzalez Law Group, PLLC at (832) 530-4070 today.