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Form I-305 and Cancelled Immigration Bond Refund

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Alright, this post "should" be quite simple.

I know we have this I-305 document "somewhere" in a mix of hundreds of other documents.

In order to get our bond back, we just need to submit the original I-305 Receipt of DHS Official.

The problem is, I have no idea what this form looks like.

If someone could post a sample for me, it would be extraordinarily helpful. Otherwise, it may be less trouble for me to just submit the I-395.

Thank you very much!

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Alright, this post "should" be quite simple.

I know we have this I-305 document "somewhere" in a mix of hundreds of other documents.

In order to get our bond back, we just need to submit the original I-305 Receipt of DHS Official.

The problem is, I have no idea what this form looks like.

If someone could post a sample for me, it would be extraordinarily helpful. Otherwise, it may be less trouble for me to just submit the I-395.

Thank you very much!

If you do not have the original receipt (Form I-305), complete Form I-395 (Affidavit in Lieu of Lost Receipt of United States Immigration and Naturalization Service for Collateral Accepted as Security) and mail a notarized original to the address listed below. Include a copy of the bond contract (Form I-352) if you have it.

Debt Management Center

Attention: Bond Unit

P.O. Box 5000

Williston, VT 05495-5000

Here are two links I Found that have the same information.

http://www.kennedyimmigration.com/bonds.htm

http://www.immgonline.com/page/i-395

I hope at least this gets you started.... not very familiar with the subject!

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If you do not have the original receipt (Form I-305), complete Form I-395 (Affidavit in Lieu of Lost Receipt of United States Immigration and Naturalization Service for Collateral Accepted as Security) and mail a notarized original to the address listed below. Include a copy of the bond contract (Form I-352) if you have it.

Debt Management Center

Attention: Bond Unit

P.O. Box 5000

Williston, VT 05495-5000

Here are two links I Found that have the same information.

http://www.kennedyimmigration.com/bonds.htm

http://www.immgonline.com/page/i-395

I hope at least this gets you started.... not very familiar with the subject!

I know the process, and am aware of the 395.

What I need to know is "what" exactly "is" the I-305? I cannot find a sample anywhere online, and the only form I remember us getting was the Bail Bond Receipt with photo when we posted the bail.

Is that the form? I just want to know what the 305 looks like. That receipt document doesn't have I-305 written anywhere on it--neither does any other form we own.

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