NO. You will get it once your case is no more. You are not there yet.
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Contact the place where the bond was paid, ask this same question and see what they say, they are the ones holding your money, under conditions they themselves set.
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Here in Atlanta, probably not. As one response mentioned, you can call an ask but the case was remanded back to the immigration judge. You will probably need to get a 601A approved and the case remanded to CIS.