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Generally, when re-entering the US each passenger is checked for any outstanding warrants and if the warrant comes up, then the DHS officers will detain the wanted person and will place the person in jail, pending the extradition to the state where the person is wanted.
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Each state within US would comply with an extradition and generally, someone who is wanted on a felony warrant would be detained and extradited to the state where the person is wanted, so generally, it would be a good idea to have the warrant resolved, before traveling, especially internationally.
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