There are several factors that an Immigration Judge keep in consideration when deciding whether an immigrant should be allowed to be released with a Bond. Some of these factors include:
- Length of residence in the United States;
- Family ties;
- Employment history;
- Reason for the detention;
- Financial ability to post a Bond.
If the motion is granted, the Court will set an amount for the Bond that be vary from a minimum of $1,500 to thousands of dollars. If the motion is denied, it is possible to file an appeal with the BIA.