Bail is an amount that is requested as a guarantee that you can present all your hearings. It is a promise that you will go to all court appointments and obey the judge’s decisions – including even being deported. Keep in mind that it may be better. You will keep all appointments in court. If a single hearing is lost, you are likely to be deported without having the opportunity to show evidence in the judge or authorization to remain in the United States. The bail money will be lost.
ICE normally assigns a bail amount to detainees about 2:00 pm on the day the person arrives at ICE. The amount of the corresponding deposit in each case. The immigration bond must be paid in full before the person can be released. The name usually knows your bail amount at 2:00 p.m. and usually allows you to call a member of your family to let them know.