It is called bond and it is often available, but not in all cases. You should talk to an immigration attorney.
Wolf W. Kaufmann
Southern California Immigration Attorney
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I agree with both attorneys
Bond is available unless he is subject to mandatory detention. An attorney could figure if mandatory detention is the case
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It all depends upon why he is in jail and whether there is an immigration hold by ICE. With an ICE hold he is held without bond until his immigration hearing, probably in El Paso, Texas. If he is in jail on another matter and ICE has not put a detainer on him for wrongful entry in the US, then you should post bond as quickly as possible before ICE finds out.
The jail should be able to tell you what is holding him and how much the bond is.Ask a similar question