deport


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Synonyms for deport

deport yourself

Synonyms

  • behave
  • act
  • conduct yourself
  • hold yourself
  • carry yourself
  • acquit yourself
  • bear yourself
  • comport yourself

Synonyms for deport

to force to leave a country or place by official decree

to conduct oneself in a specified way

Synonyms for deport

hand over to the authorities of another country

expel from a country

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Another of Wright's victims also slammed the authorities yesterday for failing to deport him when they had the chance.
UN officials have remained mum about the government's goal to deport the Ashraf residents.
Speaking by phone from the Texas jail where he has been caged since January, 2008, a disappointed Brennan revealed: "They indicated that they would move to deport me as soon as possible.
Ms Harman, who consulted briefly with Home Secretary Jacqui Smith before answering, said: "We have excluded 150 and we are clear that we will take action to deport those who are a threat to national security.
Should the government -- [ROTATED: deport all illegal immigrants back to their home country, allow illegal immigrants to remain in the United States in order to work, but only for a limited amount of time, or allow illegal immigrants to remain in the United States and become U.
Most Americans would be shocked, or perhaps they wouldn't, to learn that federal, state, and local governments, far from making mistakes, instead refuse to deport illegal aliens.
Thai authorities have made occasional attempts to round up Burmese working illegally in Thailand's urban centers and relocate them to the border camps, or worse, directly deport them to Burma.
The human rights group also reiterated concern over a joint declaration issued in October by the immigration authorities, the Tokyo metropolitan government and the Tokyo Metropolitan Police Department to swiftly deport illegal foreigners will result in inhumane treatment.
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.
Australian authorities are also keen to deport the dregs of their society on Scotland.
He is one of two dozen Arabs the Immigration and Naturalization Service has arrested since 1996 and is trying to deport using secret information.
About 600 undocumented Myanmar workers staged a protest Thursday at the Thai border district Maesot demanding payment of one month's wages due to them before the Thai government announced a policy to deport about one million illegal immigrants.
And she lacks the faith that immigration authorities won't deport her children, who didn't begin arriving from Mexico until 1984, two years after the amnesty cut-off date.
And now, the INS is taking imminent steps to deport my husband without the benefit of a court hearing.
A senior home ministry official told MAIL TODAY that the Saudi authorities had " communicated" to India in August that they would positively act on India's request to deport Fasih after Ramzaan.