You first need to consult an immigration attorney or perhaps a lawyer that practices both criminal and immigration law in your area.
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Hire a lawyer ASAP, a criminal one and an immigration one.
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Generally, Immigration and Customs enforcement (ICE) will place hold on individuals who have been arrested for a crime. It is up to ICE whether to release him or initiate removal proceedings depending upon the nature of crime. Please get the help of an immigration lawyer at your earliest convenience.
It's pretty simple, hire an immigration attorney. If you do not hire one, the chances of him remaining in the US are greatly decreased.
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