deportation


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  • noun

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Synonyms for deportation

enforced removal from one's native country by official decree

Synonyms for deportation

the act of expelling a person from their native land

the expulsion from a country of an undesirable alien

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With respect to the negative immigration consequences that a criminal history may have on a person-whether it's the threat of deportation or disqualification from immigration benefits-it may be possible to seek post-conviction relief (i.
The Supreme Court judge said in his ruling that a UAE federal anti-narcotic law orders the deportation of expats convicted in drug cases.
The court had temporarily halted deportations until 29 August following an application by an asylum seeker whose husband, brother and father had been detained pending deportation.
Expats working independently will be fined SR10,000 and deported if the violation is committed for the first time, while second-time offenders will be fined SR25,000, jailed for one month and deported and third-time offenders will incur a SR50,000 fine, a six-month jail and deportation, the statement said.
According to the Penal Code previous to 2005, deportation was compulsory in rape and molestation cases that were referred to the Court of First Instance, Dr Al Sumaiti said.
Romney has said he would veto the DREAM Act, and he has dodged questions about how he would handle the Obama administration's new deportation order.
The Home Office have admitted 1023 prisoners were released back into the community when they should have been passed on to the Immigration and Nationality Directorate for deportation.
But after two appeals against deportation failed, the Home Office has told them they cannot stay in the UK.
Ottawa -- About 20 Egyptian Christians dealing with the threat of deportation from Canada are in danger of persecution, torture and quite possibly death, if they are returned to their homeland.
Government sources said they could not confirm whether the man, who cannot be named for legal reasons, was considered for deportation or not.
There are obviously offences where it's imprisonable but a very, very minor offence is committed which wouldn't remotely justify deportation in every circumstance.
On Monday, Home Secretary John Reid admitted that a murderer was among 98 foreign prisoners who remained at large after being freed without being considered for deportation.
Those recommended for deportation should be given two options only - immediate return to their own country, or transfer to a secure establishment, where they will remain until deportation is deemed safe, or they ask to return to their homeland.
Those ordered out will be held in jail pending their deportation.