The Bureau of Prisons has a "24-month" rule for RDAP (Program Statement 5330.11). However, because of good-time credit, the actual sentence to qualify for RDAP is at least 27 months. Your son can challenge this rule, however. Perhaps you should contact your son's former attorney to discuss this issue.
I wish you and your son the best.
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He would serve roughly 22 months. If you go to the BOP.gov website, you should be able to see his expected release date. Even if the camp had RDAP, he might not be able to get in with only a 24 month sentence, BOP often requires that you have 36 months or more to serve in order to qualify for RDAP.
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See Bureau of Prisons website and ...
Hire a lawyer to protect your legal rights. Good Luck.
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