The Laredo Detention Center is located within the city limits of Laredo, TX and is a relatively small facility that houses 258 detainees with immigration issues. The facility has both male and female inmates and is a multi-level security detention center. Noncitizens who are apprehended along the border and those who are caught living in the country without proper documentation can be processed through this facility.
The recent focus on immigration by the government has made private facilities like the Laredo Detention Center a hotspot for housing noncitizens. The recently enacted Texas Senate Bill 4 has made it easier for Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) officers to work with local law enforcement in an attempt to capture as many noncitizens as possible.
Many noncitizens who go through the immigration process do it without the advice from an attorney. If you contact The Gonzalez Law Group, we will make sure you know exactly what is going on and what all of your legal options are. Marco Gonzalez and his team of immigration attorneys can determine the most effective legal strategies to help you or your loved one avoid removal.
If you have been detained by ICE when crossing the border in cities including Brownsville, Laredo, McAllen, Pharr and any other surrounding areas, contact The Gonzalez Law Group at (832) 530-4070 or fill out an online form for your free consultation. We are proud to represent anyone with immigration issues and will fight for you every step of the way.
Laredo Detention Center Information Center
Laredo Detention Center Information
The Laredo Detention Center located in Laredo is owned and operated by Corecivic for the sole purpose of housing immigrant detainees for the United States Government. The warden of the facility since 2016 is Orlando Perez, who has previously been a warden at the Willacy County State Jail. The facility allows visitation, correspondence between detainees and family and it provides basic services for all noncitizens in the detention center. The following is important information about the Laredo Detention Center.
4702 East Saunders
Laredo, TX 78401
Main phone: (956) 727-4118
Field office: (210) 283-4750
Parking: Free public parking is available at the facility for visitors
Medium & High Level
Friday-Sunday- 1 p.m. to 3 p.m.
Low & Medium
Friday- 1 p.m. to 3 p.m.
Saturdays, Sundays- 9 a.m. to 11 p.m.
- Extended and special visits requests can be submitted
- All visitors should arrive one hour prior to scheduled visit.
- Detainees are allowed a 30-minute visitation.
- Only two adults and two minors are allowed to visit at a time.
- 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 p.m.
Immigration Court Information
The San Antonio Immigration Court is a part of the Department of Justice Executive Office for Immigration Review (EOIR) and not officially part of the Judicial Branch of government. Since Laredo is so far away from San Antonio most cases are conducted through teleconference. The primary mission of EOIR is to preside over immigration cases fairly based on immigration laws. The Attorney General of the Unites states has delegated authority to the EOIR to conduct immigration court proceedings. The following is important information about the San Antonio Immigration Court.
800 Dolorosa Street, Suite 300
San Antonio, TX 78207
(210) 472- 6637
Hours of Operation
Monday- Thursday: 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Window Closed: 11:45 a.m. to 12:45 p.m.
Margaret D. Burkhart
Thomas G. Crossan, Jr.
D’Anna H. Freeman
Yvonne S. Gonzalez
Clay N. Martin
Anibal D. Martinez
Charles M. McCullough
Robert Reid McKee
Daniel J. Santander
Eric J. Tijerina
Daniel Ponce De Leon
Laredo Detention Center resources
Detainee Locator- This website provides a way for people to search for a noncitizen they suspect have been apprehended by ICE and are now in an immigration facility. This website allows for a search by A-number if known or by biographical information.
CoreCivic- This website provides basic information about the Laredo Detention Center. This information includes visitation information, contact instructions, directions to the facility and warden information.
Laredo Detention Center Lawyer
There are not a lot of options for many noncitizens who have been detained by ICE and now find themselves in the Laredo Detention Center. One option that can help you in your time of need is to contact The Gonzalez Law Group regarding your immigration status in the United States. Although it may seem like all hope is lost the experienced lawyers of our firm can help you find your way. If you or a loved one has been detained by ICE anywhere in Texas including San Antonio, Austin, Dallas, Houston or any other area, contact The Gonzalez Law Group at (832) 530-4070.