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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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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.
Agyun said they never expected the government of Pakistan would deport Kacmez.
BEIRUT: The issue of Lebanese expatriates being deported from foreign countries has resurfaced, following fresh claims by Foreign Minister Gebran Bassil Tuesday who accused Sweden of preparing to deport around 70 Lebanese families.
Vote Leave published a dossier of 50 criminals - including Learco Chindamo, who was convicted of the 1995 murder of headmaster Philip Lawrence - that the UK has been unable to deport.
We have a hard time trying to deport known terrorists
He said: "We take all necessary steps to deport criminals.
A DELHI court on Thursday directed the city government to deport a Pakistani woman who got married to an Indian 30 years ago and has been staying here since then.
LONDON (TAP) - British government attempts to deport the radical cleric Abu Qatada were rebuffed yet again on Wednesday as the British Home Secretary lost her case before the Court of Appeal.
Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) is stepping up efforts to deport undocumented immigrants with criminal records.
A SERIAL rapist was yesterday sentenced to life for a series of sex attacks, five years after a court refused to deport him for another rape.
Answering an urgent question in the Commons, Theresa May insisted the bail conditions would be very strict and the Government wanted to deport Qatada before the bail expired in three months.
In a statement of her media office, copy received by Aswat al-Iraq, that "the Kuwaiti side plans to deport the Kuwaiti non-nationals, who regarded them as Iraqis or of Iraqi origins".
And if the European Commission says we can't deport foreign criminals let them pay for their keep, or stop it out of the billions we pay the EU every year.
Interior Ministry has decided to deport 320 Ethiopians including 59 women detained in Taiz governorate for illegal entry to the country.
Critics fall on both ends of the spectrum on this debate--some see it as not going far enough to address illegal immigration because only the worst criminal aliens will be deported; others think the initiative will be used to deport immigrants for such minor offenses as traffic violations.