Sample Form I-220A Order of Release on Recognizance

This document is an “Order of Release on Recognizance,” also called Form I-220A. The U.S. government gives this document to some people who were detained and then released by immigration officials. This form usually includes some requirements and conditions in exchange for being released from detention, such as going to immigration court hearings.

This form should tell you when and where you need to go for your check-in appointment with Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE). If you want to change your ICE check-in appointment, you can visit this web page, call your ICE office, or call this ICE phone number: 833-383-1465.

If you received this document, you likely have a case in immigration court. The document should list your A Number. You can use your A Number to check your immigration court case status. If you move, it is important to change your address with the government.

If you are from Cuba and you received this document after entering the United States, you may wish to speak with an attorney about whether you qualify for the Cuban Adjustment Act. Find legal assistance.

This information is not intended to be legal advice.