Depends on what country she's from. Mexico/Canada/Central America are from one day to about a week. Other countries can be a month. Those are the timeframes once all of the administrative paperwork has been completed.
I hope she's sure she's OK being deported. You should encourage her to review her options with an immigration attorney before she decides to give up.
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Deportation is very serious ... she should meet with an attorney at-least once.
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