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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.
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However, Human Rights Watch alleged that "General Security has in at least three cases deported people who entered Lebanon before April 24."
During questioning, Abdeljalil claimed that he returned to the country in 2007 and admitted that he was previously arrested and deported by the BI in 2003 for having an expired visa and involvement in clandestine terrorist activities as a Palestinian under the name Mahmood Afif.
In general, 2,160 Kenyans have been deported from the US since 2003.
"The International Law Decision we secured means our ability to deport foreign criminals is strengthened, and it is now clear that the UK can take into account the full background of a criminal in a decision over whether to deport.
Theresa May, the Home Secretary, asked the court to overturn an immigration ruling that has allowed Qatada to stay in Britain rather than being deported to Jordan.
When he was convicted of drug dealing in 2003 a judge had ordered him to be deported on release.
Abu Qatada is due to be released on bail while appeals proceed on whether he can be deported to Jordan.
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.
She told how guards forcibly tried to deport her the next day but she refused to board a plane.
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.
Commons Leader Harriet Harman yesterday insisted the Government would deport terror suspects who pose a threat to national security.
Jordanian Abu Qatada is one of a group of Arab men the government has been trying to deport on national security grounds, while acknowledging it does not have enough evidence to put them on trial.
Imranuddin, UNHCR head on Afghan-Iran border near Nimroz confirmed the refugees' deportation and asked from Iran not to deport refugees.
By Tefsa-alem Tekle September 24, 2008 (ADDIS ABABA) -- After Sudanese Authorities deport some 80 Eritrean asylum seekers last week, Addis Ababa based Eritrean opposition, Democratic Movement for the liberation of Eritrean Kunama (DMLEK) condemn the action saying as "irresponsible action".