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deport (someone)

To force someone to leave the country that they are in. Often said of people who are in a country that they were not born in. You'll be deported if you don't get your visa paperwork in order.
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deport (someone) to (some place)

To force someone to leave the country they are in and go elsewhere. Often said of people who are in a country that they were not born in. You'll be deported back to Russia if you don't get your visa paperwork in order.
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deport (someone) from (some place)

To force someone to leave the country they are in. Often said of people who are in a country that they were not born in. You'll be deported from the US if you don't get your visa paperwork in order.
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deport (someone) from (some place) to (some place)

To force someone to leave the country they are in and go elsewhere. Often said of people who are in a country that they were not born in. You'll be deported from the US back to Russia if you don't get your visa paperwork in order.
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deport someone (from some place) (to some other place)

to expel or exile someone from one place to another, usually back to their prior country of residence. The government deported Jane from this country to her homeland. They deported Tom to Brazil from this country.
References in classic literature ?
Giles's habit to admit to too great familiarity the humbler servants: towards whom it was rather his wont to deport himself with a lofty affability, which, while it gratified, could not fail to remind them of his superior position in society.
I believe it is the duty of the Negro--as the greater part of the race is already doing--to deport himself modestly in regard to political claims, depending upon the slow but sure influences that proceed from the possession of property, intelligence, and high character for the full recognition of his political rights.
Thus saying, from her Husbands hand her hand Soft she withdrew, and like a Wood-Nymph light OREAD or DRYAD, or of DELIA's Traine, Betook her to the Groves, but DELIA's self In gate surpass'd and Goddess-like deport, Though not as shee with Bow and Quiver armd, But with such Gardning Tools as Are yet rude, Guiltless of fire had formd, or Angels brought, To PALES, or POMONA, thus adornd, Likest she seemd, POMONA when she fled VERTUMNUS, or to CERES in her Prime, Yet Virgin of PROSERPINA from JOVE.