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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 (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.
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(That's why I can't tell them to leave, deport them.
The petitioners said that despite the clear directives of the court, the concerned authority is still trying to deport them to Turkey but they want to live in Pakistan.
Iran NOT to be sanctioned this time: The Department of Homeland Security says 12 coun tries, including Iran, refuse to take back their citizens when the US seeks to deport them. DHS has the legal authority to sanction those countries, but has rarely used it.
The Ministry ordered the Immigration and Passport Authority, the ministry's office in Taiz and the Prisons Authority to coordinate their efforts to arrange for the transfer of Ethiopian arrestees to Sana'a as a prelude to deport them to their home.
Pakistani officials wanted to deport them back to KSA as they found no identity of them being Pakistanis but on the request of Saudi airline they held them at the airport.
"If they are [no longer infectious], why deport them? By the time one of them comes to me, he has already infected others," he added.
27, 2003 in front of immigration bureau headquarters to protest the federal government's policy of misleading immigrants to appear at the Federal Plaza in order to speedily deport them without the benefit of legal counsel.
"The police have been given the order to arrest, imprison, and deport them."
Canada is able to deport them because they failed to take out Canadian citizenship.
To soothe the fears, the INS opened 107 new offices that only process applications for amnesty; this keeps applicants from having to deal with the same agents who may have been trying to deport them. In addition, the agency deputized more than 900 church and community groups, awkwardly dubbed Qualified Designated Entities, to help illegals prepare their applications.
There's a history of the FBI paying more attention to Palestinians, and using the INS to deport them when there's no evidence of criminal wrongdoing."