You shouldn't have an issue removing the bolt. The suspension shouldn't move on you. There are two reasons for this. First, there is a second mounting point for the A-arm. Back from the bolt, you can see there's a bushing with a bolt through it which goes straight up into the body. This helps locate the A-arm. Secondly, the bushing for the bolt you're going to take out, should have an interference fit on the A-arm itself, which should help hold it in place. If you don't mess with that rear bolt, the A-arm should stay in place without issue.
When you remove the bolt, the A-arm will most likely not move at all. If it does move any, you can use a screwdriver or thin prybar to move it back into position. Insert it into the end opposite of where you putting the bolt into to help you align the A-arm hole to the mounting hole. Really, though, I doubt it's going to move at all.
Something you may want to do is to put your jack under the ball joint near the steering knuckle near the tire. Jack it up just enough to start applying weight to the suspension, but not much further. Do not move the suspension after you have the bolt out, as this could cause it to un-align (if that's a word) with the mounting hole. Only do one side at a time. Also, leave the bolt snug, but loose, until you can get the car back on the ground. You want to tighten this when there is complete load on the suspension or you'll be binding the bushing. If you tighten it while it's in the air, you'll wear this bushing out well before its time.