I was ordered to go do a book and release and was wondering what type of information do they ask and if they check your residency status?
They take all your identifying characteristics, including fingerprints and run your criminal history if any. If the second part of your question is immigration related I do not think they do that but if you were to remain in custody ICE agents would soon find out about your status. Book and release usually takes about 2 hours and counts as one day in jail although typically you are not actually locked up.
They might ask you where you were born but I have never seen ICE detain someone during a book and release. But that may not be the case everywhere.
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