In a short disposition, the Board of Immigration Appeals clarified that when a detainee is scheduled for a bond hearing in one jurisdiction, but is transferred to another jurisdiction by the Department of Homeland Security, the transfer does not deprive an Immigration Judge in the original jurisdiction of the authority to conduct a custody redetermination hearing.  However, the Board deferred to the Office of the Chief Immigration Judge to determine when and where a bond hearing should be scheduled.

The full text of Matter of Cerda Reyes can be found here: