First they take your information and send you to a detention center. If you have good behavior, the deportation officer may set a bond.
They may also put you before an immigration judge who will decide if a bond is granted and whether you qualify for a relief.
It is recommended that you hire an attorney to request a bond hearing during which the judge will grant or deny the bond.
The lowest bond available is $1500 dollars and there is no maximum in the amount a judge could set it. Anyone can pay the bond presenting
a check for the set amount by the judge. If the bond is paid then the detainee is set free.
Once free, you will continue to attend immigration hearings until a judge decides if you can stay or if you have to go back to your home country.
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