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If a person is detained and they refuse to sign deportation documents, they will not be deported right away. What will happen is that the person will be scheduled to see an immigration judge in immigration court hearings. The person will have a chance to present their case and any defenses that they qualify for during those hearings, if they have any. The immigration judge will then decide to approve any of the applications that the person applies for, or deny them. If they are denied, then at that point the person will be given a deportation order and can be deported from the US. The person has 30 days after denial to appeal the decision and after that the deportation order became final.
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