My husband got arrested for driving on suspended license, DUi and no valid license and has a immigration hold. His bond is $1100. In 2007 his appeal got dismissed in the supreme court and we did not persue another appeal after 2 appeals. We knew that in time he would be deported. My question is....should we pay the jail $1100 and will ICE then pick him up right away. or if we do not pay bail will ICE wait till his goes to court and local charges are resolved. We want to expidite matter so he can go back to his country. But if we do pay the $1100 and Ice does not pick him up fast and he goes to court for local charges would I get my $1100 back? Please advise me what to do.. should we wait and not pay bail or will that speed up the process for ICE to pick him up. Thank you for your time.He has an order of removal from immigration. He has lost his appeals....the last one in 2007. He has already bonded from immigration back in 2005 for $30,000. so we do know he will be deported. People in jail and as well as some of the officers are giving him different answers. We want to see if we pay th bond will ICE come and pick him up fast due to him bail from the county jail. I understand that the jail will not release him only to ICE. We are just trying to speed up the process and have them come right away. even after the fact that he bails on DUI, driving on suspernded license and no valid license. I am trying to see what would be the best thing to do. we have a 3 week old baby and I need to move out of were I live to save $ to reunite with him in Peru in the near future and it is hard right now....so i just want to know if I place the bond I will not be wasting my time and that will not do anything to speed up ICE from picking him up. Please help thanks.
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