What is the difference between a detained and non detained arrest by ice? Do the non detained not show up on the ice locator?

Asked 12 months ago - Stafford, VA

The illegal alien in question didnt commit a serious crime and was released the same day.

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  1. Daniel Patrick Hanlon

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    Answered . Non-detained means the person is not being held overnight.

  2. Andrei Kublan

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    Answered . If by "ICE locator" you mean the monitoring system used to track the alien, then the answer depends on whether or not the alien was released with an ankle bracelet or not. If the alien was released without the ankle bracelet, then ICE would not be able to monitor his moves.

  3. Natalia Polukhtin

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    Answered . In both situation, person is in removal proceedings. Non-detained respondent has obligation to go to his court hearings and ice appointment by himself, the detained respondent will be escorted by the authority.

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  4. Xavier Francois Racine

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    Answered . detained aliens stay in immigration custody/detention while non detained aliens are released either on their own recognizance or after paying a bond or on electronic supervision (ISAP/ATD) sometimes referred to as "ankle bracelet". Aliens who are released from ICE custody will appear on the online detainee locator provided they have been released no longer than 60 days ago and are not juveniles.

  5. Divyesh Ratilal Gopal

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    Answered . A non-detained is when someone is not in the custody of ICE. A detained person is when someone is in custody of ICE. The ICE Detainee Locator will not provide information to those individuals who are not currently detained.

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