05/19/2015 01:48 EDT | Updated 05/19/2016 05:59 EDT

Actor Randy Quaid to be released on bond after arrest in Montreal

Canada's Immigration and Refugee Board has ordered actor Randy Quaid released from custody after the American actor was arrested in Montreal last week.

Quaid, 64, is expected to be released later Tuesday. He was arrested May 14, and is being held at the Laval, Que., detention centre.

An arrest warrant was issued for Quaid in January 2013 after he missed an appointment for a hearing before the IRB. 

Quaid has had a number of immigration problems since he and his wife fled to Canada from the U.S. in 2009 after he faced charges related to skipping out on a hotel bill.

Quaid was ordered from detention in Montreal released after his father-in-law agreed to post a $10,000 bond.

He's known for movies including Brokeback Mountain and National Lampoon's Vacation, and is the brother of prolific actor Dennis Quaid.