deport (someone)

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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.
See also: deport

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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'We are going to deport him for being an illegal entrant as he has no record of arrival, after he was arrested and deported in 2003 for being an undesirable alien,' Morente said in a statement.
The occupation authorities then tried to deport him through the border crossing near the city of Aqaba, however the Jordanian authorities refused to allow him to cross after the Israeli authorities left Kharouf in the buffer zone and returned him back to the occupied territories, foiling the Israeli attempts to deport him and bringing him back to Jerusalem to face another legal battle.
'As long as he is not creating any problem, we won't deport him because he has PR status,' Dr Mahathir told a news conference after chairing a Pakatan Harapan presidential council here.
Another of Wright's victims also slammed the authorities yesterday for failing to deport him when they had the chance.
Canada has been trying to deport him since 2004, but the Islamic Republic won't take him.
While one of deported person has been recognized as Noman from Gujranwala and his mother appealed the government not deport him to Saudi Arabia again.
Home Secretary Jacqui Smith welcomed the ruling, and said she would move immediately to deport him.
A 36-year-old Algerian man - who can be identified only as "Y" -lost an appeal against Government moves to deport him.
She said because the criminal - who also committed other offences on release - had been in the country for more than five years present laws meant they would have been unable to deport him, even if they had tried.
The documents say he has used 10 different aliases and has vacillated between claiming Honduras and the West Bank as bithplaces to frustrate attempts to deport him.
After he was detained, the decision to deport him was taken by the Cambodian authorities.