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I agree with my colleagues. There is not likely any remedy available to your husband and he will not likely be granted a bond. However, more information is needed about his immigration history to determine this for certain. Your best option at this point is to consult with an immigration attorney to discuss the circumstances of his case and get advice specific to his situation.
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It depends on how the government is going to process him. If they reinstate the prior order, then he'll be removed without a bond. If they charge him in federal court for a criminal reentry, he will be afforded the opportunity to ask a magistrate for release.